The brawl that went down at the opening of POSCHE 2 is coming to a legal showdown Thursday, and RadarOnline reports Jacqueline Laurita could make all the charges disappear. Jacqueline and Chris Laurita, Joe Gorga and John Karagiorgis are expected to appear in a New Jersey court Thursday afternoon for a preliminary hearing for the charges stemming from the fight.
A source close to the situation tells RadarOnline there’s one way the Lauritas and Gorgas can make these legal problems disappear. “After Jacqueline’s blog for Bravo came out it looks like she finally said what really happened that night, which is that she confronted Johnny and not that he attacked her. A truthful apology would be all that is needed for these charges to go away. If Jacqueline can say she is sorry and that she knows there wasn’t a Tweet sent by Johnny saying bad things about her son then the misdemeanor charges would be dropped. Jacqueline can make these charges go away,” the source reveals.
“The Tweet doesn’t exist and if Jacqueline will apologize for saying that Johnny wrote malicious things about her child then his attorney would be inclined to tell the prosecutor that they no longer wish to pursue the charges against her and her husband,” the insider says.
NorthJersey.com reports the charges have been dropped against the defendants. The site reports that over the last week lawyers for Jacqueline Laurita, her husband Chris, Joe Gorga, and the attorney representing John Karagiorgis came to a deal to have the charges dismissed.
Thursday night Jacqueline took to her Twitter to vent about the situation. “I don’t know any man that would lie about a woman hitting him with a shoe! #neverhappened,” she wrote, adding, “#honesty #integrity.”
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