Teresa Giudice Gets EARLY RELEASE From Prison For Christmas

Oh, to be White and wealthy…

Teresa Giudice being driven home from prison by her Attorney James Leonard Jr.
Teresa Giudice being driven home from prison by her Attorney James Leonard Jr.

The Real Housewives of New Jersey star, Teresa Giudice has been released from federal prison early Wednesday morning after serving only 11 months behind bars. Camera crews captured Teresa reuniting with her husband Joe Giudice and their four daughters.

Joe Giudice stands in the garage of his home at 5:30 A.M. Wednesday morning as Teresa and her attorney pull into the driveway.
Joe Giudice stands in the garage of his home at 5:30 A.M. Wednesday morning as Teresa and her attorney pull into the driveway.
RHONJ cameras capture Teresa's return home.
RHONJ cameras capture Teresa’s return home.

Footage of their reunion will be aired on the 7th season of RHONJ. The Giudice’s will reportedly be celebrating Christmas with a small family get-together, that includes Teresa’s brother Joe Gorga, his wife Melissa and their children, all of whom will be returning to RHONJ’s 7th season.

Teresa's mansion, in the Towaco section of Montville Township, NJ where she will spend the remainder of her 15 month prison sentence on home confinement.
Teresa’s mansion, in the Towaco section of Montville Township, NJ where she will spend the remainder of her 15 month prison sentence on home confinement.

The 43-year-old reality star will serve the last of her 15 month sentence at the Giudice’s family home in confinement after serving time at the Danbury Federal Correctional Institution in Connecticut. She will be able to bring in Christmas and the new year with her family, before her husband, Joe, also 43 years old, begins his prison sentence in March.

Teresa and Joe Giudice heading into court before being sentenced to prison.
Teresa and Joe Giudice heading into court before being sentenced to prison.

The two were charged of attempting to illegally obtain loans and mortgages, as well as hiding their income and assets while filing for bankruptcy in July 2013. Their 39-count indictment included bank fraud, mail and wire fraud and bankruptcy fraud. Joe also failed to file his taxes from 2004-2008. As a result of those crimes, the Giudices earned over $5 million illegally.

Teresa's husband Joe Giudice and their four daughters visiting Teresa in prison.
Teresa’s husband Joe Giudice and their four daughters visiting Teresa in prison.

In March 2016, Joe will begin serving his 41-month prison sentence. As part of their plea deal, Teresa and Joe not only received reduced prison sentences, but it also allowed them to serve time separately, so that one parent could stay home with their children while the other parent serves time.

Joe Giudice gifts his wife with a "welcome home" gift, a $90k Lexus.
Joe Giudice gifts his wife with a “welcome home” gift, a $90k Lexus.

Joe initally faced 37-46 years behind bars, but only received 41 months (3 years and 5 months), while Teresa faced 21-27 months and received 15 months, which included 11 months in prison and the rest at home with her children in home confinement.  

Andy Cohen, Network Executive of Bravo TV, welcomes Teresa home on twitter.
Andy Cohen, Network Executive of Bravo TV, welcomes Teresa home on twitter.

White privilege at it’s finest.

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