Teresa Giudice‘s brother Joe Gorga is sharing the latest update on Joe Giudice, as he continues to face a looming deportation. Gorga is also revealing that the Giudice kids are feeling “worse than ever” due to the situation.
During a new interview, the Real Housewives of New Jersey star’s brother, Gorga, opened up about the way in which her kids, Gia, 18, Gabriella, 15, Milania, 14, and Audriana, 10, were coping with the impending deportation.
Gorga shared that he’s spoken with Giudice at least once since he was taken into custody by ICE and reveals he is currently in the process of being moved into another immigration detention center in western Pennsylvania as he awaits the results of his deportation appeal in ICE custody.
“I think they’re worse than ever, ’cause he’s in a really bad spot,” Gorga explained to Hollywood Life on March 31. “He doesn’t want to be there. It’s worse than where he was. So, they’re all really worried about him. And now it’s down to the wire, when he was away, he was doing his time. Okay, you’re just going day by day, but now, any day now, it could be like you’re done. See ya later.”
“They’re trying to get prepared,” he added.
As for Teresa, Gorga said the reality star has been “working a lot” as she attempts to provide her daughters with the stability they so badly need.
“They need their father around, he needs her… they need their family back. So they can move on in life,” Gorga explained.
While moving forward without Giudice in her day-to-day life may not be the best case scenario for Teresa, she’s gotten used to being a single mom over the past few years as Giudice served a 41-month prison term for charges of bank and wire fraud.
“She’s doing it. She’s strong, but she’s weak. She has her moments,” Gorga said of Teresa’s demeanor. “She has to stay strong for her family, for her children. But she puts up a front. She has a lot of moments that she doesn’t speak about.”
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