Teresa Giudice attended a very suspicious dinner date days ago.
On the heels of her husband Joe Giudice‘s denied deportation appeal, the Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member sat down with Donald Trump administrator Lynne Patton in New York City. However, according to Lynne, fans shouldn’t jump the gun when it comes to making assumptions about why they were together.
“#Media: “OMG! @lynnepatton IS going to be on a REALITY SHOWl! OMG, @teresagiudice must be seeking a pardon for her HUSBAND!!,” Lynne joked in the caption of her image. #Reality: “Or GEE! Maybe it’s just TWO LONGTIME FRIENDS having DINNER for f**ks sake.”
“#BuckleUpForFakeNews,” she added.
Around the time of Teresa’s dinner date with Lynne, fans of the reality star launched a petition on Change.org in hopes of having Joe’s deportation canceled.
“Joe Giudice has recently served his time in Federal Prison and was sent to ICE where the recent news of his request for him not to get deported from the United States of America was denied. This man needs to come home to his wife and 4 daughters,” the petition read.
“This country allows sex offenders, pedophiles and other disgusting criminals to roam freely in America if they are on a list. Joe committed a minor crime where he did his time, paid everything him and his family owed and now it is time to come home,” the message continued. “If he doesn’t get granted the right to come home to his family then he will get deported to Italy. Please sign this petition in order for some change to be done.”
“This man isn’t a threat or danger to society, this man didn’t kill or attack anyone. This man made a mistake which him and his wife Teresa did their time. This is beyond unfair that this man and his family now has to suffer more than the past 3 years that this has been going on for,” the petition plea concluded.
As of April 23, more than 1,175 people have signed the petition.
Joe was released from prison after serving a 41-month sentence in March but was immediately taken into custody by ICE and transferred to an immigration detention center, where he is expected to remain until his latest appeal is considered.
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