Teresa Giudice has been plagued with problems all year long.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey star is currently facing 21 to 27 months in prison.
For those who missed it, last October the 42-year-old reality TV star and her husband Joe were indicted on 39 counts of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and wire fraud, bank fraud, making false statements on loan applications, and bankruptcy fraud. So, their legal woes have been ongoing.
Now, she reportedly has yet another problem that could arise in the coming weeks. Several media outlets are reporting she could be fired from the reality show.
As her sentencing date approaches, her attorneys are reportedly telling her to refrain from using social media. So, that means no Twitter for Teresa.
Since the majority of her life has been captured on camera, an insider has explained to Radar Online that her actions could possibly be used against her.
“Teresa’s behavior is actually hurting her. All of her bad behavior is caught on camera, and there is a chance the judge or prosecutors could use that against her,” the insider explained.
“After reading the report of Teresa carrying such a high priced designer bag, her lawyers were furious…It just looks bad after coming out of her bankruptcy drama. Teresa told her attorneys that the producers asked her to carry the designer handbag, and she felt obligated to do so, but they were still mad and told her to keep quiet.”
In addition to the possibility of losing her job and Twitter account, she and her husband are also giving up something else – their home. The reality TV couple has listed their massive New Jersey mansion for a jaw-dropping $3.99 million.
Although they’re looking to make a profit, the home was reportedly worth $1.2 million back in 2012. So, its unclear whether or not they’ll be able to make such a substantial profit from selling the home.
So, will Teresa Giudice be fired from the Real Housewives of New Jersey? The rumors have yet to be confirmed or denied. So, fans will just have to wait until her sentencing in October to see what the outcome will be.