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Teresa Giudice Asks Gorgas & Wakiles To Help Joe With Daughters While She Is Away?

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I had several people tweet me this story this week and I decided I wanted to share it with my readers. I want you to tell me if you believe this report and share your opinions in our comments section, because as always, I love what you have to say.

As Teresa Giudice prepares to surrender herself on January 5th, a new report claims that the RHONJ star doesn’t trust that her husband Joe take care of their four daughters by himself. The report from Hollywood Life claims that Teresa has enlisted the help of her family members; Melissa Gorga and Kathy Wakile to help Joe with the kids while she is away.

“Teresa is terrified of going to prison. She has put Gia in charge of looking over the girls. She does not trust Joe at all, he can’t even do their hair!” the insider claims. “Teresa cries all day, all night. She is sick over leaving them. Melissa, Kathy and Dina are all going to be taking shifts coming over and watching them, picking them up from school and taking them on weekends.”

“With [the girls’] various schedules she won’t seem them weekly,” the insider says of Teresa’s daughters visiting her while she is away.

I found this report interesting, because Teresa has always been adamant that Joe’s family would help take care of the girls while she is away. Tell me what you think!

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