'RHONJ' Star Joe Giudice Reportedly Ordered to Be Deported to Italy

Lewis Collier
October 10, 2018

The latest report comes from RadarOnline, confirming that a judge ruled on the order in immigration court Wednesday morning.

"Immigration Judge John Ellington ordered Giuseppe Giudice removed from the United States", a spokesperson for Pennsylvania's York Immigration Court told Page Six.

A judge has ordered Joe Giudice, the incarcerated husband of Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member Teresa Giudice, to be deported to his native Italy.

The judge added that Joe has the opportunity to file an appeal by November 9.

The 46-year-old Bravo star, who appeared via teleconference, was stunned at the judge's decision. "Mr. Giudice, no matter how this turns out, I wish you the best". "I don't understand how I can be deported on this case", he apparently stammered.

A judge ruled on October 10 that Joe Giudice must be deported to his native country of Italy, according to Radar Online. "I wouldn't mind, you know, I'm just saying".

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Teresa Giudice turned to Donald Trump right before Joe got locked up in 2016, hoping he would write a letter vouching for her husband.

Giudice was born in Saronno, Italy, but moved to New Jersey with his family as a child and never obtained USA citizenship. I have to go back and tell my kids this.

The couple share daughters Gia, 17, Gabriella, 14, Milania, 12, and Audriana, 9.

Prison records indicate he is set to be released in March. Teresa was sentenced to 15 months, which she began in January 2015.

"Teresa is not talking about getting divorced, she is not thinking about getting divorced and she's not filing for divorce", the "RHONJ" star's lawyer, James Leonard Jr., told Page Six last week.

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