Teresa Giudice “doesn’t understand” Jen Shah’s prison sentence.
Teresa Giudice says she and Jen Shah aren’t the same as the ‘Real Housewives’ stars who went to jail.
“I can’t relate to that [Shah’s sentencing], because I would never do something like that, you know? The 50-year-old “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star shared an episode of her podcast “Namaste B$tches” on PodcastOne on Wednesday.
Giudice said his 11 months behind bars were very different from Shah’s next six and a half years.
The Bravo star explained that she left to accidentally sign a piece of paper that allowed her ex-husband to commit fraud — Shah ran a nationwide telemarketing program targeting hundreds of people, especially seniors.
“Listen, it’s sad, [but] like, I wouldn’t steal anybody’s money,” Giudice continued. “I wouldn’t do it. I would never do that, it’s too bad.
Judis noted that the comparison to Shah “bothered” her because, unlike Shah, she was “innocent” and “had signed some of Joe’s papers. [Giudice] told me to sign.
“I know my kids know I didn’t do anything wrong. Joe told them, Giudice continued.
“But when you fly [from] People and children could read this and they would say, “Mom, why did you do that?” What do you tell your kids about it? »
The mother of four spent less than a year in prison in 2015, while Joe spent 41 months behind bars.
After it was completed, he was exiled to Italy.
Giudice’s comments come less than a week after the 49-year-old “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star was sentenced to six and a half years for wire fraud.
Shah, who changed his plea from not guilty to guilty days before the trial, could face up to 14 years behind bars.
During his sentencing, Shah apologized to his family and victims and admitted he had “hurt innocent people”.
The reality TV star was arrested in March 2021 while filming “RHOSLC” Season 2. Shah’s sentencing is expected to begin on February 17.
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