Kathy Wakile Hopes Teresa And Joe Giudice Don’t Go To Jail, Says She Had No Idea They Were In Trouble


Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Kathy Wakile attended the American Music Awards Sunday night with her husband Rich and when walking the red carpet reporters only wanted to know what Kathy thinks of her cousin’s indictment. Kathy told E! News that she hopes Teresa and Joe can put their legal problems behind them. Kathy especially hopes Teresa and Joe Giudice can avoid jail time for their children. “I hope not,” she said of the couple going to jail. “I really do hope not. There are the children. I hope they get this under wraps as soon as possible.”

Kathy insisted she had no idea Teresa and Joe were in trouble with the Feds. “We don’t really get into each other’s business like that,” she said.

“It’s not like that,” Wakile said. “Nobody talks about anybody else’s checkbook.”

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  • notatrehugger

    am sick of hearing that Teresa should not go to jail because of her children. Neither Teresa nor Joe were concerned about their children when they we defrauding the banks of millions of dollars.
    There are thousands of women in prison that have children so why should the Giudices get any special treatment.
    If Teresa and Joe Giudice are convicted they should go to jail right along side of the drug pushers, hookers, robbers and murders that also have children. If they get away with just probation or a light sentence there is something wrong with our judicial system.