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The Final Insult: Cheating Joe Giudice Ditches Prison Visit With Wife Teresa

Joe Giudice Cheating Scandal Skips Prison Visit

Mar. 18 2015, Published 1:31 p.m. ET

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As previously reported, Joe Giudice cheated on his imprisoned wife Teresa by hooking up with a younger party girl. And according to a new report, he betrayed her again by ditching their family's jailhouse visit to the lonely Real Housewives of New Jersey star last weekend.

When Teresa's mother and four daughters arrived at the Federal Correctional Institution in Connecticut on March 15, she was shocked to see that her husband failed to make the trip with them.

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"She can't believe he wasn't even man enough to show his face," a source tells In Touch Weekly.

As revealed last week, Teresa, who is currently serving 15 months on fraud charges, got into a fight with Joe over the phone after learning about his sordid cheating scandal. "She told him to lay low and not attract any press," the insider said, adding that she didn't confront her husband about the allegations. "She is in total denial that Joe cheated on her before she went to prison. She is saying she won't even bother to ask Joe about it and blamed the haters for the whole thing."

Teresa Guidice

Though both he and alleged mistress Jamie Jackson, 30, denied an affair, exclusively reported that the former lovers are currently speaking again now that their fling is out in the open.

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