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Jacqueline Laurita Doesn't Fully Buy Kim D's Strippergate Explanation

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Oct. 15 2012, Published 9:00 a.m. ET

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By RadarOnline.com Staff

Jacqueline Laurita gave her insider perspective on Sunday's explosive final chapter in the three-part The Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion special, in which peripheral cast member Kim DePaola claimed responsibility for the "Strippergate" scandal that shook the Giudice-Gorga family to its' very foundation.

The popular housewife took to Twitter, where she expressed skepticism that Teresa Giudice was more or less an innocent bystander -- as Kim D claims -- in the scandal that implicated her sister-in-law, Melissa Gorga, as once having worked at a seedy New Jersey strip joint.

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On Twitter Sunday, Jacqueline asked, "Why isn't Teresa mad at Kim for destroying her family & still trying to put it on me? Because she wanted it to happen & let Kim take the fall."

Jacqueline wrote the "bottom line is Teresa knew Melissa was the target and said nothing."

Teresa "planted the seed about Melissa being a stripper first," Jacqueline wrote, noting that when she learned of the conspiracy, she tried to warn her friend Melissa via text.

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"I would never hurt Melissa," she wrote. "She knows it."

Jacqueline wrote she's happy the season is finished, though called it "WAY too stressful."

"It's done now & so is my friendship with Teresa," she wrote.

All of the show's cast members are expected back for a fifth season and as RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, Bravo is scouting new ladies to add to the cast.

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