Reshoot! ‘RHONJ’ Wants Teresa To Film New Scenes About Joe’s Deportation Drama

Jun. 29 2018, Updated 8:43 p.m. ET

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Teresa Giudice could actually cash in on her husband’s shocking deportation!

After RadarOnline.com exclusively reported that an immigration judge ruled Joe Giudice was going to be deported from the United States, The Real Housewives of New Jersey production team wanted Teresa to talk about the situation on camera.

“With the news going public about Joe, the production team wanted Teresa to film about Joe getting deported, but she told them that she wouldn’t do anything without big money,” an insider snitched to Radar.

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“Records show that an immigration judge ordered Mr. Giudice removed from the United States on March 14, 2018,” an official for the U.S. Department of Justice’s Executive Office for Immigration Review told Radar in an exclusive statement.

“Mr. Giudice applied for a cancellation of removal on May 8, 2018, and filed a motion to terminate on May 24,” the DOJ official told Radar exclusively. “Both requests remain pending.”

“Teresa doesn’t do anything extra for the show, and if they want to film with her they are going to have to offer her a lot more money,” the source told Radar.

She has been hiding the news of Joe’s deportation a close friend of the RHONJ star told Radar. “She has no feelings or emotions when speaking about it. No one has ever made it seem like it was even a possibility that he could be deported.”

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