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Housewife Drama! Teresa Giudice Confronts Melissa Gorga About Alleged Stripper Past

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Sep. 23 2012, Published 2:25 p.m. ET

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This is the moment that fans of The Real Housewives of New Jersey fans have been waiting to see: the first time Teresa Giudice confronts Melissa Gorga about her alleged stripper past. has a sneak peak of the upcoming episode.

Last week viewers watched as a man confronted Gorga at Kim DePaola’s Posche fashion show.

Earlier that day the mystery man – salon PR Angelo Vrohidis – told Giudice that her sister-in-law used to dance for him at a strip club.

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In the upcoming episode Teresa confronts Melissa privately, saying: “Who was that guy who came up to our table? You know, the bald guy?”

A bemused Gorga says: “I don’t know. He looks so familiar but I can’t put my finger on it...”

Giudice says to her sister-in-law: “Feel my heart… You need to really feel it because it’s coming out of my shirt.”

Then she slowly admits that she met Vrohidis earlier that day, before blurting out: “He goes that you used to work for him at a gentlemen’s club. And you used to dance for him.”

Joe Gorga

The scene is crucial because it’s the start of a bitter feud between Giudice, her brother Joe Gorga and his wife. The couple has reportedly not spoken to the mom-of-four in a year amid claims that Teresa set the stage for Melissa to be embarrassed.

As previously reported, Gorga accuses Giudice of being “vindictive and disgusting” and says that her actions were a “knife in the back.”

The Real Housewives of New Jersey airs on Bravo Sunday 10/9c on Bravo.



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