Joe Giudice may think his 41-month prison sentence is “not a big deal” but according to an inmate at New Jersey’s FCI Fort Dix, the facility is no cake walk.
“Fort Dix used to be an Army camp before it was a prison,” a jail insider said. “The staff there will try to treat Joe the same as they treat everyone else, but there will be guys who latch on to him because he is famous.”
“Fort Dix is no walk in the park,” the insider told RadarOnline. “There are often fights between the male prison inmates there.”
“The other prisoners are going to want to test Joe because they think he’s famous, “the insider told said. “Men are much different than women in prison because the men are not at all star struck.”
“If Joe is caught violating the rules inside Fort Dix, he could be sent to a much less appealing facility that is further away from his family,” the source added. “Joe could also be placed in solitary confinement, where he would have no interaction with other prisoners.”
“Fort Dix is more of a dorm style in terms of how the prisoners are held,” the insider said. “Instead of jail cells, they mostly all sleep in one contained area with many beds.”
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