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Jacqueline Laurita Speaks Out About Dina Manzo’s Return To RHONJ & Giudice Trial

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Former Real Housewives of New Jersey star Jacqueline Laurita caught up with US Weekly at the Skechers Friendship Walk at Manhattan Beach Pier on Sunday, October 27th and she confirmed the casting rumors, we originally reported. “There’s two twin Italian girls, Teresa and Nicole, and then a girl named Amber,” Jacqueline dished. “And, I think that my sister-in-law Dina [Manzo] is coming back!

And the big question, does Jacqueline think Dina is returning to the show because her estranged sister, Caroline Manzo is leaving? “Well, she doesn’t really want to do the show with family because it brings unnecessary drama and causes problems,” Jacqueline reveals. “I understand why she doesn’t want to do a show with family. I totally get it.”

Jacqueline also commented on the Giudice trial, where Teresa and Joe are facing up to 50 years in federal prison. “Of course I’m worried,” Jacqueline said of Teresa and Joe’s February 2014 court date. “I’m always there for her if she wants me, I’m there. I’m not going to push myself on anybody. If she wants me, I’m there for her always.”

“I haven’t seen her [Teresa] since we stopped filming, but we’ve kept in touch here and there by phone,” she explained. “It’s just that our lives have changed so much since we were friends before, I’m so busy doing so many things and she’s so busy doing so many things that we just don’t ever really see each other.”

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