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Broke! Unemployed Joe Giudice 'Desperate' For Cash With Teresa Behind Bars

Teresa Joe Giudice No Money

Feb. 24 2015, Published 7:11 a.m. ET

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Teresa Giudice is locked behind bars for the rest of the year and has exclusively learned that her husband Joe Giudice is getting "desperate" as their financial situation continues to get worse.

Jailed for tax fraud and owing millions still, Teresa's stint on The Real Housewives of New Jersey and her various projects, like cookbooks and wine, have been a large source of the couple's income. However, she's not earning a dime while incarcerated.

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Now, "Joe is getting desperate," a source close to the situation told Radar. "He doesn't have any money coming in and he doesn't know how he is going to get any money."

Taking care of their four daughters, Joe is facing the scary future as the only person in the home who can be earning a living.

"Without Teresa's show money they're not generating any income," the source said. "Everything was all smoke and mirrors."

Teresa Giudice

Adding to their financial issues is their multi-million dollar mansion, which they have been unable to sell.

"Teresa and Joe have been counting on selling the place and getting money that way, but they haven't had any buyers," the source revealed. "They're really worried that it could go into foreclosure."

As their money problems increase, the source said Teresa's husband is searching for a solution.

"Joe knows that he has to start making money, and not on a small level, but a big level. He has a family to support and he has basically hit a brick wall with ideas. Things are really bad for the family right now."​



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