Isht Hits The Fan: RHONJ’s Teresa And Joe Giudice Popped By One-Time For Money Fraud, Face 50 Years In Prison

- By Bossip Staff

Damn Teresa and Joe, 50 years…that’s a long time.

Teresa And Joe Giudice Face 50 Years In Prison

Teresa if we were you, we would leave Joe. Phuck that standing by your man crap…for 50 years, we would be happy to sign those divorce papers.

According to TMZ

“Real Housewives of New Jersey” stars Teresa Giudice and her husband Joe have just been slapped with a laundry list of criminal charges — ranging from bank fraud to tax evasion — and now, they both face more than 50 years in prison if convicted.

U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman just announced the 39-count indictment, claiming Teresa and her hubby massively defrauded the IRS as well as several banks between 2001-2008.

According to the U.S. Attorney, the Giudices conspired to illegally obtain mortgages and other loans from multiple banks by intentionally overestimating their incomes in order to get more money.

The Giudices also allegedly withheld vital information about their net worth from a U.S. bankruptcy trustee after filing for Chapter 7 in 2009 — including Teresa’s true income from the reality show.

As for tax evasion, Joe is accused of failing to file income tax returns for the years 2004-2008, during which he allegedly earned $1 million.

All told, the Giudices were hit with 39 charges — including conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, which carries a max prison sentence of 20 years, and bank fraud, which carries a max of 30 years. The remaining charges carry the possibility of even more prison time.

Neither Teresa nor Joe has been arrested, but they’re both due in court Tuesday morning in Jersey.

A rep for Bravo had no comment.

This is what happens when these reality TV people try to keep up appearances. If you don’t have it, just admit it and stop trying to floss.

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