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The Last Photo! 'Nervous' Joe Giudice Spotted At Jersey Starbucks On Way To Prison

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Sep. 22 2016, Updated 2:54 p.m. ET

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Joe Giudice is going to miss a lot locked up behind bars for the next several years — and good coffee is one of them! The Real Housewives of New Jersey star spent his last moments of freedom at a Starbucks, and RadarOnline.com has the details.

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As Radar reported, Joe surrendered to Fort Dix prison in New Jersey at noon today, after saying farewells to his wife Teresa and kids at their New Jersey home. Making the most of his last moments, he stopped at a Starbucks on the New Jersey turnpike for one last coffee.

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An eyewitness told Radar, "I pulled off the highway because I wanted a coffee, got in line, and there was this one short stocky dude I recognized. It was Joe Giudice! He looked very matter of fact and was just kind of talking to his buddies. You could tell he was a little bit nervous about what was happening."

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Joe Giudice is going to miss a lot locked up behind bars for the next several years — and good coffee is one of them! The Real Housewives of New Jersey star spent his last moments of freedom at a Starbucks, and RadarOnline.com has the details.

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"They were in line to get something and then one of his buddies got a phone called said ‘Yeah no, we’re on our way now. Nothing should be a problem,” said the source.

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According to the eyewitness, Joe, 43, wore sunglasses the entire time he was in the store. And “when he left, he was covering his head with his jacket.”

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“There were three or four other guys with him,” the source said. “And one other person driving as he was walking out to his car a big black SUV."

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As Radar reported, Joe is expected to serve 41 months after his conviction on fraud charges, but his attorney Miles Feinstein claims he could be out in as little as 35 months.

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Sources told Radar that Joe waited to leave his family home this morning until after their daughters Gia, 15, Gabriella, 11, Milania, 10, and Audriana, 6, headed off to school.

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