Teresa and Joe Giudice's daughters are not doing well after his shocking deportation news. Days after RadarOnline.com exclusively reported the pair's kids were "barely holding onto sanity" following the news, Gia posted an emotional message about her shamed father.
This is one of my favorite pictures of me and my dad," Gia Giudice, 17, captioned a photo of her as a child with her father.
"My father is no threat to society he is one of the most warm hearted people I know, he would never harm a soul. He puts everyone else before himself. I know who my father is and I think many of you do too," she continued.
As Radar readers know, Joe, 46, will be deported back to his native Italy after serving one year in prison for fraud.
After a judge decided his fate this October 10, Teresa Giudice, 46, posted a photo of the statue of liberty crying. Meanwhile, 13-year-old daughter Milania shared a social media message supporting her dad and saying she couldn't imagine life without him.
In her post, Gia continued: "My father did his time and learned from his mistakes. Isn't being in there supposed to make you realize your mistakes so you can become a better person? And that's exactly what my father did. He hasn't felt or looked this good since he was in his 30's."
As Radar readers know, Gia and her siblings are receiving counselling to cope with their dad's deportation — but it seems they're still keeping up hope.
"We have so many plans to do as a family when he gets out. I need my father to be here. My father belongs with us and his entire family. My father came into this country when he was one years old, the United States is the only country he knows, spread the word #bringjoehome" added the heartbroken teen.
Hours after Gia's emotional post, Teresa took to Instagram to share a photo of the two smiling together.
"Taking it one day at a time, with my beautiful Gia checking out @rutgersu" wrote the Real Housewives of New Jersey star.
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