Teresa Giudice is confident that she will not be going to jail because her husband, Joe Giudice will "take the fall."
According to RadarOnline's source, "Teresa doesn't give a f**k." the source added, "She knew the indictment was coming down. She knew it before the show even started, she just didn't know when it would happen."
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After being released on a $500,000 bond, the reality housewife was spotted at a NYC event and was asked about her current "jail time" status saying, "You can't stop living!"
Although, the reality star seemed to be upbeat, Teresa is still shaking in her boots, "Look at her, she was sitting on the beach after the news broke." The source added, "She has watched how Joe's fraud case and been pushed back for months and months and she is telling people that she believes that is going to happen with this case too. The source explained to RadarOnline,"Teresa doesn't think she's going to go to jail. Joe is going to take the fall for everything and Teresa knows it."
MStars News previously reported:
"The Real Housewives of New Jersey" reality star Teresa and Joe Giudice have been indicted for financial fraud, but now Joe is being accused of using 'gang' tactics to scare his creditors.
According to RadarOnline, attorney Monica Chacon represented Joe's former business partner Joe Mastropole for another fraud case in 2007 and remembers her and her husband's office being attacked, "Someone blew out seven windows at our office the same day we filed in court," she claims. "They were shooting slingshots with marbles. Of course we didn't catch Joe doing it, but my and my husband's office and Joe Mastropole's office were both targeted the same day we filed in court. It wasn't a coincidence."
Couple Attorney William Carlo Saracino and attorney Monica Chacon have "dealt with heavy criminals and we'd never had to deal with that sort of nonsense before. You see a lot of different types of people when you're a lawyer, but these two ... I don't know if they're just that dumb, or if they're crazy smart." Chacon added, "They just don't care!" She continued, "They do what they want, and they say what they want, and figure that someday they'll deal with the implications."
Chacon compared Joe's intimidation tactics to Al Capone even though he didn't have mafia ties, "Even Al Capone didn't go down for murdering people, he went down for tax evasion!"
"They have an inner-city, gang mentality," Chacon explains. "They're like people who have nothing to lose. That's what you're dealing with. It's crazy."
The couple faces 39-counts indictment for conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, bank fraud, lying on loan applications, and bankruptcy fraud. Joe is also being charged with failure to file tax returns for 2004 through 2008.
Will the couple finally split?