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Reality TV Fakery: Caroline Manzo’s Sons Albie & Chris Claim They Moved Home On New Show — Find Out Where They REALLY Live!

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Oct. 7 2014, Published 7:12 a.m. ET

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The Real Housewives of New Jersey is notorious for staging scenes and sneaky editing— and it looks like alum Caroline Manzo has taken the flagrant fakery to her new Bravo reality show!

Though Manzo’d With Children is based on the 53-year-old star’s experience living with her two grown sons, Albie, 28, and Chris, 25, in the Franklin Lakes, New Jersey family home again after their years away, can exclusively reveal that the brothers actually still live at their longtime bachelor pad about 40 minutes away in Hoboken.

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The blk water entrepreneurs moved into 333 River Street in 2011, and have been a constant presence around the luxury waterfront building ever since.

“I saw Albie in the lobby last week, and spotted Chris in the elevator recently as well,” a neighbor tells Radar. “The boys definitely still live here. The entire premise of their new show is fake!”

Last year, the entrepreneur pair opened a restaurant, Little Town NJ, attached to 333 River— but the neighbor insists the building visits are not of a professional nature.

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“If they were just in the area for work, why would they be in the apartment elevator or lobby?” questions the insider.

Though Manzo’d With Children was filmed last fall and earlier this year, Caroline stated that the boys still live at home during an October 1 appearance on the Today show.

“They left boys, they came back men!” she told Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb.



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