Joe Giudice To Be Deported To Italy After Completing Jail Time

  • Joe Giudice To Be Deported To Italy After Completing Jail Time

Joe Giudice To Be Deported To Italy After Completing Jail Time

"Based upon the law, I find you deplorable and ineligible for any kind of relief", Judge John Ellington reportedly said at the hearing.

A judge ruled on October 10 that Joe Giudice must be deported to his native country of Italy, according to Radar Online.

Joe Giudice, former star of Bravo's seminal The Real Housewives of New Jersey, will be deported to Italy at the end of his prison sentence. "I decided this case as a matter of law".

Joe, who was on teleconference, did not take the news well. "If you will, I'll tell you my side". Joe had moved to the United States as a child, but ultimately never became a citizen.

Teresa Giudice and Joe Giudice appear at Mount Airy Resort Casino for a book signing and meet and greet on March 5, 2016 in Mount Pocono City.

The online publication reports that the judge explained that Giudice has a chance to file another appeal by November 9. I shouldn't even be here right now. "I'm not even anxious about that as far as that goes", he told the magazine.

What's more. the girls just started school where they've made countless friends. 14-year-old Gabriella and 13-year-old Milania are in middle school. and Audriana's only 9.

It is not known if Teresa and the kids will join him if he is deported to Italy.

Giudice was born in Saronno, Italy, but moved to New Jersey with his family as a child and never obtained US citizenship. Teresa was sentenced to 15 months, which she began in January 2015.

"I mean, Italy's a handsome place to live", she said.

"We remain optimistic that when the day comes where a court decides the fate of Mr. Giudice, they will return him home to his wife and four daughters where he belongs", attorney James J. Leonard said. 'But that is for a judge to decide'. I will embrace it the best I can'. Before starting his 41-month prison sentence in March 2016, he told People he wasn't concerned with the possibility of getting deported.