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The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far From The Tree — Joe & Teresa Giudice’s Daughter Uses Vulgar Gay Slur ‘F*gg*t’

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They say you should watch your words around your children because they’re bound to repeat you…

Joe and Teresa Giudice are two of the most controversial cast members on Real Housewives of New Jersey, and it looks like their eldest daughter is following in their footsteps.

Gia, 13, used a vulgar gay slur on Monday night while addressing one of her 97,500 Twitter followers, and RadarOnline.com has a screen grab with all the details.

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While messaging with follower @nickslaaen who wrote, “I miss texting you everyday,” Gia barked back at the young boy writing:

“@nickslaaen who’s this chick u little f*gg*t..

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And it seems the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

In 2012 Andy Cohen hosted a “Lost Footage” special with the cast from RHONJ and Gia’s father, Joe, admitted using that homophobic term is something he often does.

“Growing up, we always used the word… we call each other, f*gg*t, homo or whatever, doesn’t mean anything. We were friends. We call each other names all the time, it doesn’t mean we’re gay,” Joe told Cohen.

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“We just would use that word for whatever reason, that just was in our vocabulary… It was just a word that everybody used. Now, I don’t use the word anymore because it’s not appropriate and people don’t want to hear that, so I don’t use it.”

Joe and Teresa are currently in hot water of their own, as the trial date for 41 charges of federal tax evasion and fraud nears — with the possibility of both serving prison time.

The pair has pled not guilty, and as Radar exclusively reported, Joe asked the judge for a separate trial from Teresa claiming she had no knowledge of the criminal activity, but prosecutors have already moved to dismiss his request.

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