Teresa Giudice And Melissa Gorga Stand United Against New RHONJ Cast


The drama between Teresa Giudice and Melissa Gorga has been the center of attention on The Real Housewives of New Jersey for the past several seasons. Although the sister-in-laws are currently trying to put their past behind them, RadarOnline is reporting the duo can’t stop the new cast members from bringing up their family drama while filming season 6.

In the middle of the plot are twin sisters Teresa and Nicole Napolitano, Radar reports. According to a Bravo production source, the twins have been “trying to find a way to get a scandalous story line.” The insider reveals, “They’ve been trying to dredge up old wounds in order to start fights.”

The site reports that their spy witness reveals Giudice and Gorga are keeping the family peace and have told the newbies their old drama is “none of your f**king business.”

“It isn’t working (for the twins) so far,” the source says. “Each time they say anything both Teresa and Melissa tell them to mind their own and move on. They mean it. Our family fights are off limits, they’ve been saying.”

And the source confirms, Melissa and Teresa really have made peace. “There aren’t going to be any fights between them this season,” the insider said. “They are definitely going to call out the new ladies who just want attention, but they aren’t going to fight with each other and neither are their spouses.”

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