Unhappy Anniversary! Joe Giudice Drank His Way Through Tense Dinner With Teresa This Weekend — 'Couldn’t Have Cared Less’ About Celebrating, Says Source

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Oct. 27 2014, Published 2:13 p.m. ET

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Teresa and Joe Giudice celebrated their fifteen year wedding anniversary over the weekend, and the reality starlet posted a picture of the seemingly happy couple to social media. But the reality is practically the opposite. Sources tell that the couple had been arguing during the dinner, because Joe didn't even want to go out to celebrate, and once at the restaurant, he was drinking heavily.

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"Joe thought it was ridiculous to go out, and Teresa wouldn't stop nagging him about it,” an insider revealed. “He had completely forgotten about the anniversary, and could not have cared less about it."

"There was no exchange of gifts between them, and once they arrived at the restaurant, Joe began drinking heavily,” the source continued. "Teresa kept rolling her eyes and posting the photo on social media was of course her idea. She wants the world to think their marriage is rock solid.” But sources tell that is not the case.

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The couple has been feuding "constantly since both were sentenced to prison,” according to an insider. "Teresa feels that Joe won't step up to take care of their four daughters.”

"Joe plans on having his mother help him take care of the kids,” the source said. “He doesn't want anything to do with Teresa's family, especially her brother, Joe Gorga."

"There is no love lost between those two," the insider added.

Teresa will surrender on January 5 to begin serving her 15 month prison sentence.

Do you think she and Joe should divorce before then? Let us know in the comments!

Watch: Joe Giudice Is Released From Jail



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