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Gia's Heartbreak! Teresa Giudice's Daughter Heads To College While Joe's Behind Bars

Main, Teresa Giudice poses for a photo. Inset, Joe Giudice. Inset, Teresa Giudice's instagram story.
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Aug. 29 2019, Updated 7:56 p.m. ET

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Teresa Giudice’s eldest daughter left for college just days after she returned home from partying in Mykonos— and the Real Housewives of New Jersey mom posted heartbreaking videos of her little girl moving into her dorm without her jailbird father by her side.

Gia Giudice, 18, is starting her freshman year at Rutgers University while her dad Joe Giudice sits in an ICE detention center facing deportation from the United States.

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The reality star, 47, was filming all of Gia’s big day, including a sweet video of her hugging her little dog for the last time as she left her family mansion and moved into her tiny dorm with a roommate.

Teresa’s brother, Joe Gorga, was tasked with moving all of Gia’s belongings into her dorm and putting together her new room, a heartbreaking replacement for her incarcerated father, 49. exclusively reported that the U.S. Attorney General’s office fought Joe’s appeal to remain in the United States, and demanded the felon be deported immediately.

Days before Gia’s big move, her Bravolebrity mom was spotted partying on Mykonos, much to the horror of her in-laws back home, a source claimed.

“How could you party like you don’t have a care in the world?” a source close to Joe’s family questioned about Teresa’s trip on Mykonos where she was spotted doing shots in a bar.

“Gia is leaving for college, and the other kids are on their own,” the insider claimed. “That is what she can’t talk her way out of: She can’t say she’s single and can party since Joe is in prison. This is about her kids!”

“When this huge family crisis is happening, and your kids are suffering, you go on vacation?” the source continued. “Teresa’s actions are unforgivable.”

Scroll through the gallery to see Teresa’s daughter Gia moving into college without her dad there for the big day.

Home Videos

Gia hugged the family dog Bella and then left the New Jersey mansion where she lived to head out into the big world and start college on August 29. “Bella’s going to go into depression,” Teresa said about the dog missing the teen.

Long Goodbye

Gia Giudice and her cousin pop open a champagne bottle.
Source: Courtesy of Teresa Giudice/ Instagram

Teresa documented every move for Gia, from her last minutes at home to her new dorm.

Gia Giudice and her cousin pop open a champagne bottle.
Source: Courtesy of Teresa Giudice/ Instagram
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Big Change

Gia Giudice hugs her puppy before heading to college.
Source: Courtesy of Teresa Giudice/ Instagram

Gia went from living in a 10,000 sq. ft. mansion to a tiny dorm room that she now shares with another student.

Gia Giudice
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Uncle Joe

Joe Gorga showing off his muscles as he moves in his niece and daughter.
Source: Courtesy of Teresa Giudice/ Instagram

Teresa’s brother Joe was the handyman in the dorm room for Gia.

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Rutgers move-in day.
Source: Courtesy of Teresa Giudice/ Instagram

“She packed too much,” Teresa joked about Gia taking five suitcases (and an entire pickup truck filled with stuff) to college.

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Family Bond

Gia Giudice and her cousin set up the room.
Source: Courtesy of Teresa Giudice/ Instagram

Gia’s sister Milania was with her as she moved into the dorm.

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Show Time

Door decorations for Gia and Gianna's dorm room door.
Source: Courtesy of Teresa Giudice/ Instagram

Teresa wrapped ‘RHONJ’ filming before her daughter left for college.



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