Teresa Giudice Breaks Silence on Husband Joe's Deportation Order


Teresa Giudice has broken her silence following the news that her husband Joe Giudice will be deported to Italy.

Giudice responded to the news on Instagram by sharing an image of the Statue of Liberty crying into its hands, alongside four prayer emojis.

"This is one of my favorite pictures of me and my dad", Gia captioned the pic.

Joe, 46, is now serving a 41-month sentence for mail, wire, and bankruptcy fraud.

Joe has until November 9 to file his appeal. "My father did his time and learned from his mistakes".

'I know there were a lot of people who believed that they were being made examples of because they were people in the public eye, and now it seems so extreme to deport him. The man has done his time, he will have served his sentence, Teresa served her sentence.

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On Sunday, one of Teresa and Joe's four daughters, Milania, 12, posted on her Instagram page two photos of her with her father. We are gonna do everything we can to fight this daddy!

Last week, a source told ET that Teresa was "devastated" over her husband's deportation news, adding that Teresa - who also served jail time but was released after almost a year behind bars in December 2015 - is hopeful that the couple can win the appeal and Joe will remain in America instead of going back to his native Italy. By the way I realized on the way here, Teresa knows the president, maybe she can make an appeal. I know who my father is and I think many of you do too. "And that's exactly what my father did".

Teresa previously opened up to The Daily Dish about Gia's plans for the future, which may include her one day attending law school. "I need my father to be here", Gia elaborated. I love you with all my heart buddy❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️#heartbroken, ' Milania wrote. My father belongs with us and his entire family.

Yet instead, she is fighting to keep her father in the United States.

Although Giudice was born in Italy, he has spent most of his life in the USA, but has never become a citizen.