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No Cameras Please! Teresa Giudice Begging Producers NOT To Put Her Trial In RHONJ

Teresa and Joe Giudice court date pushed back

Nov. 22 2013, Published 8:04 a.m. ET

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Teresa Giudice is signed up and ready to go for season six of the Real Housewives of New Jersey but has exclusively learned that she does NOT want her legal troubles filmed for the show.

“Teresa thinks she can run the show and she doesn’t want her trial to be recorded,” a source close to the situation told

The mother-of-four and her husband, Juicy Joe Giudice, are facing 41 charges of tax fraud and evasion and are scheduled to go to trial in February but the source said she’s hoping to keep that out of the Bravo reality show.

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“Teresa controls the cast right now and she is happy that the trial has been postponed but she is trying to get the producers not to air it, which will never happen.”

However, this may be one demand from the reality diva that is going to get turned down the source said.

“There is no way producers aren’t going to show her legal drama. She is begging them to not put her trial on the show, but they need this to revitalize the franchise.”

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As previously reported, filming has been pushed back for the show, and now it is tentatively scheduled to start the first week in December.

“The producers want to get the Christmas holidays in the show because that always brings the drama but Teresa’s court problems are what they really want. They think that people will want to tune in to find out how she dealt with court and that it will be ratings gold for them.”



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