The former reality star has been removed from October 2018
Joe Giudice is not stopping his exile from spending time with his daughters.
The former “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star, who has been barred from regrouping the United States amid his exile court battle, shared a loving photo on Instagram on Monday, and of her four daughters’ recent Travel highlights. He Gia, 20, Gabriella, 16, Milania, 15 and Audriana, 11, shares with his ex-wife Teresa Giassis.
“Countless times I beat myself up thinking what I could have done to be a better father,” he said Captioned the post Fourteenth in the Bahamas, where 49-year-old Gidais has been living since January. “I look at my kids and know @teresagiudice and I’ve done everything right here! They really are perfection.”
Teresa, 48, who Posted again The same photo on his own page, commented on his former Instagram, “We both [did] A wonderful job with them. “
TERESA GIUDICE seeks SH for a long period which is set to separate from UD GIUDICE.
The family reunion went down last month, and at the time, marked the first time the family had gotten together in person since November 2020 when they visited their home in Italy since Giudice – 2019 . He He was removed in October 2018 upon completion of his 41-month prison sentence for fraud.
Send Judas’ representative to Criticism ‘work’
Giudice previously appealed the deportation order in November 2018, but that appeal was rejected in April 2019.
According to New Jersey divorce lawyer, Vicky Ziegler, the pair officially finalized their divorce after 20 years of marriage, who handled the mediation between Joe and Teresa.
At the time, Granthshala News said in a statement, “Joe and Teresa successfully resolved all issues surrounding their marriage through private mediation.”
“They have not yet been divorced and only have the formality to wait for a divorce decision. COVID and long-distance logistics were all taken away as the parties agreed to work and work on issues important to their girls’ benefit Was able. “
The pair had not been together for more than four years after pleading guilty to financial fraud in 2014. Teresa previously served her sentence and was released in December 2015. Zoya began a 41-month prison sentence in March 2016.