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Teresa Giudice's Daughter Speaks Out On Her Parents' Legal Plight: Everyone Goes Through Bumps In The Road

Teresa Giudice's Daughter Speaks Out On Her Parents' Legal Plight

Right before Teresa Giudice and her husband pleaded guilty to felony fraud charges, their eldest daughter addressed her family’s heartbreaking situation on Twitter.

“Everyone goes through one bump in the road, but while going through that bump in the road, you realize the people who support you the most,” Gia Giudice, 13, wrote.

Showing her support, Real Housewives of New Jersey star Dina Manzo responded to Gia’s tweet, writing, “Love you pretty girl xoxo.”

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Gia tweeted back, “Love you, Aunt Dina.”

Several days prior to her parents’ court appearance, Gia gushed about her family. Posting a photo with her mom, Gia captioned the snap, “My everything.”

In another tweet, she added: “Family times are the moments you cherish.”

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As Radar previously reported, Teresa faces 27 months in prison, while husband Joe Giudice could get 46 months and is likely be deported back to Italy. Teresa wants to serve her two year prison sentence at her New Jersey mansion.

“Today, I took responsibility for a series of mistakes I made several years ago,” Teresa, 41, said in a statement after pleading guilty.

“I have said throughout that I respect the legal process and thus I intend to address the court directly at sentencing. I will describe the choices I made, continue to take responsibility for my decisions, and express my remorse to Judge Salas and the public.”

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I am heartbroken that this is affecting my family — especially my four young daughters, who mean more to me than anything in the world,” said the mom of Gia, Gabriella, 9, Milania, 8, and Audriana, 4.

“Beyond this, I do not intend to speak specifically about the case outside of court, at the recommendation of my attorney and out of deference to the government and our legal system.”

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