​Teresa Giudice Fake: Teresa Allegedly Fake in Season 5

Teresa Giudice Fake
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August 19, 2021

Teresa Giudice is being fake with a heirloom and with her friends as she tries to mend fences in Season 5 of The Real Housewives of New Jersey.

According to The Inquisitr, the reality star is accused of giving her daughter, Gia, a fake family heirloom. The diamond ring that she and her husband Joe presented to their oldest daughter on a recent episode did not belong to Teresa’s mother despite what the couple said on television. A source says that she was helping the jeweler by way of a shout out on television.

An insider also told Radar Online that she is also being fake to her cast mates:

“Teresa has been trying to act nice with the other ladies, like Melissa Gorga, Jacqueline Laurita and Caroline Manzo and they think that she is just being fake to them … All she does is invite everyone to her product parties. Then they become a walking advertisement for Teresa. All she cares about is pushing her products. It’s all for show!”

It seems like Teresa Giudice is fake to her family and her friends, according to the source. The source adds, recalling Jacqueline Laurita’s recent support at a Milania Hair Care event with Teresa:

“If all the women are together that winds up getting filmed, and Teresa is so calculating that she always plans to make sure she gets the most camera time”

According to Radar Online, The “cash-strapped reality TV star is begging her friends for money as she awaits sentencing since taking a plea deal for fraud, but she’s actually not quite the desperate housewife she been playing off camera.”

It’s an ugly accusation being hurled at the Real Housewives of New Jersey star. The gossip site is claiming that a source notified it that the ring was in fact given to Teresa by a local jewelry store. Showing the ring on camera was supposedly a means through which the company could get some free publicity.

Fans can’t decide if Teresa Giudice is being fake with everything in her life right now. What is known is that in 2014, everyone should take anything coming to us courtesy of “reality television” with a grain of salt. A number of American reality television shows are scripted and can be entirely fake to get ratings.