Teresa Giudice: I’m Scared Joe Will Get Deported! I Wanna Stay Here!

Things have been better for Teresa Giudice. She served her time in prison. Her husband is now serving his sentence.

Also, The Real Housewives of New Jersey may be facing cancellation … and some say that she’s a big part of what is tanking the brand.

To make matters worse, she’s reportedly terrified that Joe will get out of prison only to be deported. If he is, will she go with him?

Bankruptcy is no fun, but bankruptcy fraud is worse. At least, that’s what our court system says.

They sentenced both Teresa Giudice and her husband, Joe Giudice, to prison. For the sake of the children, the court very wisely allowed Teresa to serve her (shorter) sentence first, followed by her husband. 

If you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime, or so they say. But it turns out that the prison sentences may just be the start of the Giudice family’s troubles.

RadarOnline reports that Teresa Giudice fears that Joe will be sent to Italy, because he’s not actually an American citizen.

“Teresa is terrified Joe will be deported upon his release in less than two years.”

Growing up, many of us always assumed that marrying an American citizen granted automatic citizenship unless the union was found to be fraudulent. The reality is much more complex.

Apparently, any sense of peace that the public has perceived from Teresa has been a facade.

“She’s keeping good attitude in public and good happy face.”

Happy isn’t really the mood that a lot of people associate with the infamous table-flipping Housewife, but … sure.

“But lawyers have told her it’s not an easy task to win because of the felony charge — something he knew when the accepted plea deal.”

Basically, they’re going to have an immigration fight on their hands when he finishes his sentence.

Meanwhile, Joe reportedly has some fears of his own.

“Joe is terrified that she and the kids won’t come with him if he’s deported.”

Anybody else’s first thought: Well why would they?

Teresa’s joked about Italy being beautiful anyway (it really is), but vacationing somewhere is very different from living in a different culture, immersed in another language.

Besides, Teresa might not exactly be motivated to pack up her entire life for Joe.

“Teresa said she still hasn’t forgiven him for this whole mess!”

The fact of the matter is that no relationship lasts forever. You either break up or you die.

And there have been some indicators, including cheating rumors, that suggest that Teresa and Joe’s union won’t end in death.

“Teresa and Joe’s marriage is not as it once was. They’re both changed people.”

That happens over time. Especially when something dramatic, like both serving prison time, happens.

“Both of them have grown so if he must go Teresa doesn’t think she’s going with him. At least not how she feels today.”

Honestly, Teresa has to think of more than just herself.

Together, the couple has four children: Gia, Gabriella, Milania (an awkward name to have these days), and Audriana.

Does she really want her children to live in Italy? Or does she want for them to live their birthright as American citizens?

Joe might have to go to Italy, but he doesn’t need to drag his children there with him.


Mohamed Jbali: Getting Deported?!

It looks like the proverbial mountain will come to Mohamed Jbali.

Unfortunately for him, by "mountain," we mean the folks at US Customs and Immigration Enforcement. In the video below, Mohamed says that they've opened an investigation into him after some very important forms that he sent in vanished in the mail.

Danielle Mullins must be feeling pretty chipper right about now. Mohamed … not so much.

So, like half of the stars of 90 Day Fiance, Mohamed Jbali is not originally from the United States.

He comes from Tunis, Tunisia — and he came to the US to marry Danielle Mullins.

If you're wondering how well that worked out … they're no longer married, and Danielle is suing Mohamed for money that she says that she spent on him.

But it's pretty clear that, in addition to her desire to recoup lost finances, Danielle wants to punish Mohamed for only having sex with her once during their relationship — to consummate their marriage.

Mohamed's refusal to have sex with Danielle was a huge point of contention for her. As was her belief that he was cheating on her.

In turn, Mohamed accused Danielle of misusing his money and identity, of having lied about her criminal background, and of having a foul body odor that he believed required a doctor's attention.

It was, overall, a toxic relationship.

So much so that Danielle Mullins initially sought an annulment instead of a divorce, because she hoped that an annulment would neutralize Mohamed's legal residency (effectively revoking his Green Card) and get him sent back to Tunisia.

That seems to clearly be more about spite than anything else.

So, despite being so over 90 Day Fiance and its various spinoffs, Mohamed Jbali still has a multitude of fans (and haters) who follow him on social media for updates on his life.

Recently, he asked fans for advise about his upcoming move to Texas. He's been talking about that a lot on his Instagram videos, actually. He seems to be really excited about it.

Unfortunately, fate seems to have thrown a wrench into Mohamed's plans, as he explains:

"Since I came to the States three years ago — over three years ago, I used the Post Office services for, like, maybe over 50 times."

That's more times than I've used it in my adult life. Easily.

"Over, even, a lot — so many times. I never, ever used the insurance when I’m sending something."

That's a foreboding way to begin a story.

"This time, I was trying to send an application to the Immigration so I can get the condition removed from my green card and get the ten-year green card. Guess what happened?"

We can guess.

"They lost the file! I never sent anything with the post office and got lost. This time, when I used the insurance — and this was an overnight mail — they lost my application. Now they’ve started an investigation."

In comments as he responded to fan feedback, he did mention that something similar had happened before related to his Green Card, so maybe his track record with the USPS isn't so great.

In case you're unfamiliar with the particulars of the K-1 visa process, basically Mohammed's residency is conditional at the moment.

After two years, he needs to apply to make his Green Card no longer conditional, and his legal residency extended to 10 years.

(Seriously, folks — on top of all of the rigorous vetting that every immigrant experiences, they also have mountain after mountain of paperwork to go through)

Mohamed made a follow-up post, about how he had interacted with a post office manager.

It did not go well, and he reported that the manager became toxic.

(Mohamed himself isn't always the friendliest guy, let's be honest, so we'd be willing to believe that there were problems on both sides … but clearly this is a matter of considerable importance for Mohamed. His whole life hinges upon that one lost envelope, you know?)

Some fans and commenters suggested that perhaps this was a conspiracy against Mohamed on the part of some postal worker who recognized his fame and decided to sabotage his attempts to send in letters.

Mohamed said that he didn't think so — which is pretty reasonable. He's a reality star but he's not, you know, that famous.

Hopefully he'll be able to get things sorted out and go through with his move to Texas. It will be very interesting to see him start a new life in the Lone Star state.

If things don't work out, well … we guess that Danielle Mullins will have gotten her wish.

In the video below, though, you can hear how distressed he is. You almost can't help but feel for the guy.

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Mohamed Jbali: Did He Get Deported or Not?!?

Forget what happened on Game of Thrones when Jon and Dany finally met, Sunday night television this week provided viewers with a far more pressing answer to a far more important answer:

What the heck happened between Mohamed Jbali and Danielle Mullins?!?

Did the former get deported or what?!?

This topic has been hanging over 90 Day Fiance for months and it was finally addressed in full yesterday evening.

In scenes filmed back in March, we watched as Danielle aimed to get the ex-couple’s marriage annulled, an act that would likely result in Mohamed’s deportation because it would cause his green card to be void.

Mullins explained how she and her husband never really had sex, jumping from there to to conclusion that their marriage was therefore a sham.

“Mohamed not sleeping with me is proof that he was not here for the right reasons and he was getting sex from someone else,” Danielle said in a confessional.

(Somewhere, husbands around the globe are disagreeing, arguing that a lack of sex simply means Mohamed and Danielle were married.)

In preparation for a court hearing, Jbali met with an attorney during this same the episode.

He was advised that since Danielle was coming equipped with supposed proof of his infidelity – in the form of social media posts and text messages – and that Mohamed should have his own evidence on hand to counter these claims.

Mohamed got pretty darn angry over the situation.

He was told to calm the heck down, lest this same anger come out in a courtroom setting and it costs him the case.

The actual hearing won’t air until next week, but those who have followed the journey of Mohamed and Danielle closely (for some reason) will recall that the former broadcast the events at the time on Facebook Live.

He wanted to tell his story without concern that producers would edit it in some way.

During this livestream, Mohamed detailed how a judge decreed a divorce would be best for him and Danielle, NOT an annulment.

Did he go back to Tunisia? Yes.

But not because he was deported.

“I’m not trying to say that the judge said I have to leave – no, it’s my decision, I said to leave. The judge did not ask me to leave the country,” he said.

“I am just divorced. I got my divorce without fighting, without anything.

“We didn’t talk about any single thing in the courthouse – we just agreed to pay whatever we have bills together and that’s it.”

It’s true that the painful saga of Mohamed and Danielle as a married couple is over. They have gone their separate ways and ended their relationship on poor terms.

But the saga of Danielle herself may just be beginning.

Mullins recently said she has signed on for at least one more reality show in the future.

God help us all.


Joe Giudice To Be DEPORTED Following Prison Sentence?!

Back in 2014, Teresa and Joe Giudice were each convicted on several counts of bankruptcy fraud.

While they both received prison sentences, the judge went easy on the Real Housewives of New Jersey stars in one respect:

He allowed them to serve their sentences successively so that they wouldn’t be locked up at the same time, and their four daughters wouldn’t be without parents.

So when Teresa was released from prison in December of 2015, she and Joe had just a few weeks together before he began his own 41-month stint behind bars.

With early release, Joe could be out in early 2019, but his troubles will be far from over.

Because he was born in Italy and never obtained his American citizenship, Giudice could be deported after he’s released from prison.

As a multiple felon, Giudice will have to jump through a lot of hoops in order to be permitted to stay in the US after his release.

And even then, one judge looking to make an example out of him is all out will take for Joe to be booted out of the country.

The Giudices remain hopeful that they’ll be able to remain stateside after Joe completes his sentence, but Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent tells Radar Online that Joe’s odds don’t look good:

“We have every intent to deport him,” says the ICE insider.

Needless to say, Joe’s future as a resident of th United States doesn’t sound too promising.

The situation has Teresa scrambling to keep her husband by her side, but it may be a case of too little, too late.

“Teresa has been scrambling to try get the deportation waived, and its not happening yet,” says a source close to the family.

An expert on these types of situations says there’s a chance that the Giudices will be able to keep Joe from being deported, but confirms the ICE agent’s opinion that the odds are against him:

“Immigration consequences of criminal convictions depend on the particular criminal statutes implicated and are very case specific,” says attorney Sophia Solovyova.

“Joe was convicted under a fraud statute,” Solovyova adds.

“Its a deportable offense, for which waivers are available only in very limited circumstances.” 

Solovyova says that the question of whether or not Joe will be permitted to stay in the US will depend laregely on the specifics of how he came to America:

“Whether he is eligible to apply for a waiver of criminal inadmissibility depends on how he obtained his green card,” Solovyova said.

“If he applied for his green card while in the United States, he may be eligible. But if he came into the country with an immigrant visa, he would not be eligible.”

She adds:

“So, in short, he is deportable, but whether he has a case depends on his immigration history, personal circumstances and case law in third circuit.”

Sounds like this case could go either way.

But based on the Giudices’ legal luck up to this point, we’d say Teresa better start boning up on her Italian.

Watch The Real Housewives of New Jersey online to relive the Giudices tumultuous time together.


90 Day Fiance: Has Missing Star Mohamed Jbali Been Deported?

90 Day Fiance star Mohamed Jbali is missing — or, at the very least, has been uncharacteristically absent from social media for, like, a month.

Fans are fearing the worst — that his online disappearance means that he’s been deported back to Tunisia.

Ex-wife Danielle Mullins has opened up on the subject.

90 Day Fiance is a reality series that’s all about people who, through the normal visa process for non-Americans who are marrying US citizens, essentially have 90 days to reside legally in the country with their spouse.

After that, they either get married or allow their K-1 visas to expire and have to leave.

To be clear, that’s not the show’s invention — that’s how the system works.

Basically, it’s to keep people from staying in the US for, like, 8 years while “engaged” to a US citizen.

But we guess that lawmakers also didn’t want to force people to marry, sight unseen — like, FaceTime hadn’t been invented back when these laws were written.

And somehow three months is supposed to be enough.

The show itself just follows couples during their 90 days.

They have to deal with the usual engagement stuff, plus a deadline … and friends, family, and neighbors who see it all as a mail-order-bride situation.

“He has not been deported, it takes years before someone is deported,” Danielle Mullins says of Mohamed Jbali’s whereabouts to RadarOnline.

“He’s probably trying to make people wonder what is going on.”

That was something that we’d wondered.

After all, a social media absence isn’t the same thing as a missing person’s report.

And it would be a great PR stunt for the show, right?

That’s what Danielle thinks.

“Give him time, he will resurface when show starts airing.”

She, uh, doesn’t really gloss over her opinion of him.

“He will want to defend himself and blame everyone else.”

Tell us how you really feel, Danielle.

But we may need to take Danielle’s words with a few grains of salt.

Mohamed Jbali and Danielle Mullins have been a major source of drama for the show, and that’s not all just in the editing.

And they’re a couple who did get married.

Mutual accusations of cheating would normally be the height of drama for an engaged or newly married couple.

Instead, for these two, the alleged adultery barely scratched the surface.

They had both lied to each other before getting married.

Mohamed about having a job, Danielle about some low-level financial fraud.

Mohamed complained about Danielle’s hygiene and reported that she had a “horrible smell.”

He finally left her — not long after their wedding — after she kept threatening to “have him deported” for not having sex with her, which is pretty effed up.

Their divorce went through last March.

So, Danielle doesn’t like Mohamed — clearly — and so she’s dismissive of, well, anyone worrying about his well-being.

It would totally make sense to share her attitude, since a mysterious absence to drive up fan interest could work out well for ratings.

But at the same time, like, every day you hear another story about someone — sometimes even teenagers who’ve lived here as long as they can remember — getting deported from the US.

It’s easy to imagine an adulterous reality star winding up in someone’s crosshairs for deportation.

We guess that we’ll all find out.