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Take That! Caroline Manzo SLAMS Teresa Giudice’s Prison Treatment

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Sep. 10 2016, Published 4:21 p.m. ET

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Caroline Manzo is done with The Real Housewives of New Jersey, but she’s not done with their drama!

Manzo, 55, slammed her ex-costar Teresa Giudice in a preview clip for the new series of Manzo’d With Children — and then dissed her again on the TODAY show.

Her family goes to visit Al Capone’s jail cell in the clip, and their tour guide commented that guards claimed Capone didn’t get special treatment at the time. Manzo laughed in the scene before confessing in her interview that “she doesn’t know any celebrities that have been in jail,” so she doesn’t know if stars get preferential treatment!

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“Real celebrities that have been in jail,” she affirmed.

READ: WHAT A FLOP! ‘RHONJ’ Ratings Reach EPIC Low! 

Then, Hoda Kotb and Billy Bush asked her about the diss — and Manzo stood by her snub.

“I don’t consider what we do celebrity,” she said. “We’re television personalities.”

"Celebrity in my got to have a talent," she added.

WATCH: Ex-Costar Caroline Manzo Talks Joe & Teresa Giudice’s Prison Sentences — Will They Divorce?

RHONJ previously reported that Giudice, 43, served a 11-and-a-half month sentence in Danbury Correctional Facility for bankruptcy fraud. Her husband, Joe, is currently serving a 41-month sentence.

Meanwhile, the Manzos are dealing with their own money troubles as their family business is over $208,000 in debt.

Stay with for more Jersey drama.

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