Calm After The Storm! Teresa Giudice Forgives Joe For Humiliating Her -- But For How Long?


Feb. 8 2013, Published 6:54 p.m. ET

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Teresa Giudice was publicly thoroughly humiliated by her husband last season on the Real Housewives of New Jersey -- however, never one to hold a grudge (ahem -- Melissa Gorga anyone?!) Teresa has already forgiven, although not necessarily forgotten, Joe's despicable behavior, is exclusively reporting.

“Teresa and Joe are getting along really well right now,” Joe’s attorney, Miles Feinstein tells

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As previously reported, the fiery couple's relationship hit a new low point last year after "Juicy Joe" was caught red handed -- well, on camera --  referring to Teresa as the “c-word” while sweet talking a mystery lady on his cell phone.

Not surprisingly, Teresa was livid, so much so that at one point she even seriously considered ending their marriage -- however, they appear to have managed to work through their troubles and are now firmly back on path to wedded bliss.

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“They get along really well with each other now. They really love each other,” Feinstein says.

In fact, they're getting along so well these days that, as exclusively revealed, Teresa is even planing to take the stand as a key witness for Joe in his upcoming driver’s license fraud trial .

“Teresa would be a great witness for Joe, because everything she would say for him would be positive,” Feinstein says.

Now, if only Teresa could learn to be so forgiving and forgetting when it comes to her brother Joe Gorga and his wife, Melissa, things would be a lot more peacful in Jersey!



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