Joe Giudice Deportation: Daughter Milania Shares Heartbroken Plea

Last week, we learned the heartbreaking news that Joe Giudice will be deported to Italy after his release from prison.

Eldest daughter Gia Giudice is rallying support for her father in the hope that he can win his appeal.

And now, so is his younger daughter, 12-year-old Milania. You can read her impassioned plea below.

Milania Giudice took to Instagram and shared a pair of throwback photos that she took with her father before his incarceration.

“My dad,” Milania begins her captions.

She describes Joe Giudice as someone “who is the best dad in the world.”

That more or less how you’d expect a man’s 12-year-old daughter to describe him.

Milania then writes that he “needs to come home.”

Milania’s captions continue as she vows that their family isn’t going to let the court’s deportation order go unchallenged,

“We aren’t done fighting, dad,” Milania promises.

Joe has 30 days (fewer than that, now) to appeal the court’s ruling.

“I can’t believe this is happening,” she admits.

As someone who is not even a teenager, Milania was totally unprepared for the horrors that our world has in store for so many families.

Joe has already been away from his family for long enough — serving his time for fraud.

Until last week, Teresa and her daughters had been looking forward to his release in 2019. 

It was like the light at the end of the tunnel, when their family would be reunited.

Milania admits that she can’t wrap her head around him being away from his family for even longer — this time separated by an ocean instead of bars.

“I can’t imagine another day without you,” she writes.

Milania vows that the whole family is working to see him returned home when he finishes his stint.

“We are gonna do everything we can to fight this daddy!!” she promises.

She gushes: “I love you with all my heart buddy.”

A few years in prison might seem like a short time for adults, but it’s a huge chunk of Milania’s life that she’s now enduring without her father.

This deportation order could make a bad situation even worse.

Milania concludes her message with a simple, sad tag.

“#heartbroken,” she writes.

We can imagine so.

While Milania is fortunate to have two parents who love her and to live a privileged existence, she still wants her father in her life.

And so do her sisters.

As we mentioned, Gia Giudice also sent out a call for support in preventing her father’s deportation.

Where Milania speaks from the heart, Gia’s passionate words come with a list of compelling arguments.

Significantly, she mentions that Joe was brought to the United States at the age of one by his parents.

Deporting him to Italy is deporting him from the only country and only home that he has ever known.

Italy is a beautiful country, but that doesn’t mean that a person being shipped there upon release from prison would be the same as sending them home.

But Milania makes a very important point — deporting him would fracture his family.


Gia Giudice Rallies Support for Dad as Joe Faces Deportation

Last week, Joe Giudice’s family responded to the stunning news that he will be deported upon his release from prison.

Daugther Gia issued a desperate plea, urging her incarcerated father to fight this deportation order with an enthusiastic appeal.

Now, she is using her social media clout to defend her dad and call for support from others.

Gia Giudice, eldest daughter of Teresa and Joe, took to Instagram to rally support for her father.

“This is one of my favorite pictures of me and my dad,” she began, referring to the image you’re about to see.

“My father is no threat to society,” she affirms.

Joe was arrested for fraud. That can be harmful, but not what usually comes to mind when you describe a dangerous criminal.

“He is one of the most warm hearted people I know,” Gia writes.

Here is the photo.

The touching throwback photo shows a young, fit Joe and a very young Gia.

Gia continues: “he would never harm a soul.”

“He puts everyone else before himself.” she says.

He and Teresa did make a deal to have separate prison sentences, even though that kept them apart longer, so that they could be there for their girls.

“I know who my father is,” Gia writes. “And I think many of you do too.”

Gia isn’t pretending that her father is perfect or incapable of breaking laws.

“My father did his time,” Gia acknowledges. “And learned from his mistakes.”

“Isn’t being in there supposed to make you realize your mistakes so you can become a better person?” Gia asked.

Perhaps if prisons were structured differently, designed for real rehabilitation instead of mere containment, more people would share Gia’s perspective.

But Gia believes in rehabilitation, writing: “and that’s exactly what my father did.”

“He hasn’t felt or looked this good since he was in his 30s,” Gia admits.

In that way, she’s showing that he is relatable to many other people whom time has worn down.

“We have so many plans to do as a family when he gets out,” she shares.

“I need my father to be here,” Gia writes.

She is a teen on the cusp of adulthood. She has already had too much of a massive disruption in her life.

“My father belongs with us and his entire family,” she affirms.

She reminds her fans and followers that Joe is Italian by birth, but doesn’t actually know the country any better than she does.

“My father came into this country when he was one year old,” she writes.

Because of this, “the United States is the only country he knows.”

She then encourages those reading her message to “spread the word” about how her father should not be deported for his non-violent crimes.

She even includes the hashtag: “#bringjoehome.”

Immigration and deportation are complicated subjects.

Some would gleefully deport Joe for the “crime” of having been born on foreign soil.

Others don’t blame him for that, but would disparage him for not seeking citizenship while married to Teresa — and for committing fraud.

But something to consider with deportation is that someone who has lived their entire life here, who has family here, is part of the community.

Unless that person is a threat, it is difficult to argue that the good of giving someone the boot outweighs the bad.

Gia would miss her father. Her whole family would.


Gia Giudice Makes Desperate Plea to Inmate Father

We often mock Teresa Giudice and members of her family.

It’s typically for good reason, too.

Teresa is just so self-centered and spoiled and she lacks any semblance of self-awareness and she broke the law awhile back by lying about her finances and has never really shown a hint of remorse.

This is all true.

But it can all be true and we can still feel very badly for her kids.

Earlier this week, it was revealed that Joe Giudice really will face deportation after he completes his current prison sentence.

This had been rumored ever since Joe entered jail on tax evasion charges, but a judge dropped the deportation hammer once and for all in immigration court on Wednesday morning.

“Based upon the law, I find you deportable and ineligible for any kind of relief,” the judge said at the hearing, according to various sources, adding:

“Mr. Giudice, no matter how this turns out, I wish you the best. I decided this case as a matter of law.”

This is obviously quite a blow to Teresa and her four kids.

Joe is due for release next year, at which time, unless something significant changes, he will be sent back to his native country of Italy.

While various members of The Real Housewives community have reacted in sadness to this development, 17-year old daughter Gia Giudice is now here to speak out for the first time since the decision was handed down.

The oldest child of Joe and Teresa, Gia has shared a video created by a man named Fred Rubino.

In this footage, he called for an appeal of Joe’s impending deportation, alleging that the ruling on Giudice’s case was “racist” and “political” because Joe is Italian. 

That seems like quite the unverified leap, but Gia appears to concur.

“Spread the word, could’ve said it better myself.” Gia wrote in the caption. “I love you daddy, let’s fight this! @fredrubino.”

The despondent and angry teenager also shared a throwback photo on her Instagram Story of herself as a little girl holding onto Joe’s shoulders, and wrote on the image:

“New post!!!! Spread the word, let’s fight.”

It’s quite the image, that much is certain:

gia throwback

For whatever it’s worth, Teresa was not in the courtroom Wednesday when the judge made his ruling.

Joe now has 30 days to file an appeal; which we’d have to imagine he will do.

For those wondering…

Yes, Giudice has lived in America since he was a child.

However, he never obtained American citizenship, and immigrants can be deported from the United States if they are convicted of “a crime of moral turpitude” or an “aggravated felony,” according to U.S. law.

Does that seem unfair? Not to Donald Trump, probably.

Although Teresa has thus far remained silent on the ruling, a source told People Magazine that she “never imaged Joe would really get deported.”

Adds this insider:

“This is going to break her. She always knew that this was a possibility, but she put it out of her head. That’s the only way she could go on living day to day.”

In this one instance, we actually do feel badly for her.


Joe Giudice Deportation Evokes Empathy, Tears from Real Housewives

The Real Housewives of New Jersey fans received grim news about the Giudice family this week. Joe Giudice will be deported after he leaves prison.

Though he has a chance to appeal, many are already fearing for how this will impact his family — especially his children.

A number of Housewives are weighing in on this looming reality.

E! spoke to multiple Housewives to get their take on Joe’s imminent ejection from America.

Caroline Manzo starred on The Real Housewives of New Jersey from Season 1 through Season 5.

“Wow, this makes me sad,” Manzo reflects.

She openly acknowledges: “Joe has made mistakes.”

But Manzo also notes that he has, importantly, “taken responsibility for his actions and has served his time.”

Like everyone, her biggest concern is the four Giudice daughters.

“He has four beautiful girls that need their father in their lives,” Manzo says. “And my heart hurts for them.”

Manzo points out that letting him remain with his family would be harmless, because: “He’s not a violent person, or a threat to society.”

“He has a good heart,” she notes, and has “lived his entire life in this country.”

Joe came to the United States when he was one year old. He is Italian by birth and ancestry, but he is absolutely an American.

“I’m not quite sure how his mistakes warrant such harsh punishment,” Manzo concludes.

Amber Marchese was only on The Real Housewives of New Jersey for a short time, but she definitely knows enough to weigh in.

“I think everyone feels for the kids,” Marchese says.

She’s right. No matter what you think of Joe, Teresa, or their alleged fraud, their children are innocents and do not deserve to have their worlds rocked like this.

As Marchese says, “they are far too young to live such instability.”

“And most importantly,” Marchese says, they are far too young to live “without a father.”

The youngest of the Giudice girls is only 9.

Marchese does then pivot to look on the bright side — as she hopes that the Giudice family will be able to do.

“Listen, it might not be ideal,” Marchese says, noting that it will be “totally life altering, and it will definitely be a major adjustment.”

“But,” she notes. “In the whole grande scheme of ‘sucky news’ that someone can receive, this is not all that bad!”

That can be difficult to hear, but sometimes people benefit from a little perspective.

“He isn’t banished to the pits of hell,” Marchese points out. “This is beautiful Italy we are talking about here.”

Marchese then attempts to diffuse the situation with humor.

“The question is, is Italy ready to take on one of our own crazy ‘Jersey house husbands’ full time?” she jokes.

She then returns to giving the subject of deporting a man from the only country he’s ever known the gravity it deserves.

“In all seriousness,” Marchese acknowledges. “They have been through hard times.”

“I know they will turn this around,” she expresses. “And make these sour grapes into amazing Italian wine.”

Siggy Flicker, who starred in Season 7 and Season 8 of RHONJ, told Us Weekly that she did not see this deportation coming.

“I never thought in a million years that this was going to happen,” Flicker admits.

She then shares that she is grief-stricken.

“I am so soggy right now,” Flicker adds. “Crying for those precious girls and that entire family.”

“It’s just not right to take a father away from his family,” Flicker laments.

A prison sentence is one thing. Banishing a man from where his children live over fraud seems like a big much.

(Though we all know that countless innocents have been deported for less, leaving behind children in far worse circumstances)

“I wish we could have done more than what we have done so far,” Flicker shares.

She concludes: “which was let the judge know how important it was that Joe Guidice stay here with his entire family.”

We somehow doubt that the judge who ordered his deportation would have been swayed.


Teresa Giudice Doesn’t Care Joe’s Getting Deported, Says ‘RHONJ’ Star Kim D

Teresa Giudice is a cold-hearted, good-for-nothing mom who’d rather party like a rock star than sweat about her husband Joe’s pending deportation to Italy … so claims her cast mate Kim DePaola. The ‘RHONJ’ star ripped into Teresa when…


Teresa Giudice: Mom-Shamed Over THIS Photo of Daughters!

The internet loves few things more than trolling women, getting a reaction from celebrities, and mom-shaming.

Teresa Giudice just bore the brunt of all three. And it wasn’t for another bad comment about immigrants.

She shared a sweet photo of three of her daughters spending some sisterly bonding time, and is getting mom-shamed left and right. Why?

Teresa Giudice and her family have been vacationing in the Bahamas.

(Yes, we know that a lot of students went back to school this week, but not every school in the U.S. runs on the same schedule)

The The Real Housewives of New Jersey star has also shared photos of her daughters — they’re growing up so quickly!

Unfortunately, when Teresa shared the photo below, a lot of so-called fans decided to call her out and bombard he with mom-shaming comments.

These trolls seemed to hate everything — from the girls’ makeup to their outfits.

(From left to right, that’s Audriana, Gia, and Milania)

Mom-shamers decided that it was an outrage that these sisters on vacation put on makeup before having their photos taken.

“Are you f–king kidding me with the makeup?” one foul-mouthed mom-shamer demanded.

Makeup is normal for all ages, but apparently 9-year-old Audriana’s makeup is scandalous to these folks. There are younger makeup gurus on YouTube.

“Beautiful girls,” another began. “But no need for makeup.”

If you want to talk about the makeup industry or animal testing or whatever, that’s fine. Girls putting on makeup is harmless unless they’re allergic or something.

Other trolls fixated on the fact that the girls were dressed for August in the Bahamas instead of for, like, winter in a convent in Vermont.

“Wow….bra showing…wtf….” one ridiculous person lamented. “These girls are going to turn into pure trash if this continues.”

Gia is just months away from turning 18, and none of these girls are “exposing” anything — except for the twisted thoughts of some of Teresa’s followers.

“No need for… an un-buttoned shirt,” another insisted, again targeting Gia. “That’s not age-appropriate!”

Gia is 17. That outfit, which again reveals nothing, is about as age-appropriate as it gets.

(Teresa shared this photo last week, and yes, before you ask, she was also condemned because her daughters are wearing normal bikinis instead of one-pieces … or a nun’s habit)

“Where is the parental control here!!” one irate commenter demanded. Some people panic if they see other humans living their lives harmlessly.

Anothe remarked that it is “scary that these girls are dressed like grown adult women.”

Those girls are really dressed like teenagers. (No shade, but Audriana’s makeup looks exactly like a 9-year-old’s)

“I’m 32 years old,” another commenter whined. “Sorry I think a showing bralette, crop top, and ripped skinny skinny jeans is completely inappropriate for a 17 year old.”

We love that this person thinks that jeans are somehow scandalous because they show Gia’s knees.

Fortunately, not every commenter belongs in a dumpster.

“I think her daughters look pretty and they wear their make up well,” one defender wrote. “They have not went Kardashian yet.”

“I don’t see what the problem is, she looks beautiful,” another says. “I wouldn’t let the negative press ruin your day.”

Teresa is probably accustomed to it. We just hope that her daughters don’t see grown-ass adults shaming their mom for letting them act their ages.

Another defender asks a very good rhetorical question: “What little girl does not like makeup?”

The defenses kept pouring in.

“The girls are adorable,” a commenter writes. “Quit throwing shade! I’m sure the girls love putting make up on each other. That’s what sisters do!”

Another shamed the shamers right back, saying: “Any adult with sense knows not to say negative comments about children.”

There are plenty of truly awful parents who do real harm to their children that will last for a lifetime. Some of those parents are even reality stars.

It’s just a shame that these shamers waste their ire on makeup and a neckline.


Teresa Giudice: My Husband Is Getting Deported & I’m Getting Rich!

Things just keep getting worse for the Giudice clan.

First, Teresa Giudice went to prison and served nearly a full year on tax fraud charges.

After she was released, it was her husband's turn.

Joe Giudice is currently behind bars, as a judge allowed the Giudices to serve their sentences back-to-back for the sake of their kids.

No word yet on when he'll be released, but it's looking more and more like Joe — who is not a US citizen — will never again be a free man on American soil.

And now, it looks as though his wife is getting rich off the situation …

1. Happier Times

Teresa giudice and hubby
The Giudices never seemed like a particularly happy couple, but the past few years have brought them to depths they never could’ve imagined previously.

2. Dark Days

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The Giudices were both found guilty of felony tax fraud and sentenced to prison time in 2013. Teresa served 11 months of her 15-month sentence in 2015. Joe is currently doing 4 years behind bars.

3. Jail For Juicy Joe

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The lengthy prison sentence might be a nightmare come true for Joe, but believe it or not, his situation may soon deteriorate even further.

4. Booted Back to the Boot

Teresa and joe giudice instagram
Joe was born in Italy and he never bothered to become an American citizen. Now that he’s a convicted felon, he’ll likely be sent back to his home country.

5. High Drama

Teresa giudice kisses husband
On the upside, the Giudices’ sad story has revived interest in the long-running Real Housewives of New Jersey, and everyone is cashing in. Well, everyone except Joe …

6. Crying All the Way to the Bank

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According to Radar Online, Teresa has accepted a six-figure deal to allow Bravo to film a special centering around Joe’s looming deportation.

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Joe Giudice: In Denial About Being Deported?!

As we reported earlier this week, there’s a very good chance that Real Housewives of New Jersey star Joe Giudice will be deported after he’s released from prison.

In fact, it’s looking more and more like a foregone conclusion.

Pretty much everyone has accepted the fact that Juicy Joe will likely be shipped back to Italy as soon as he’s finished serving his four-year prison sentence.

Everyone, that is, except for Joe himself.

Yes, as you probably already know, Giudice is currently behind bars on felony fraud and tax evasion charges.

Since he never bothered to become a US citizen after emigrating here, Joe is likely to be booted back to the Boot after he’s through during his time

Unlike the imaginary brown boogeymen certain politicians want you to live in fear of, Joe actually moved to the US and promptly went about the business of committing felonies.

Governments generally aren’t fond of that sort of behavior, which is why Joe will likely be handed a one-way ticket to Florence the day he leaves prison. 

According to Radar Online, Joe is already “in deportation proceedings,” despite that fact that he’s still in custody.

“ICE has lodged a detainer, and he is in removal proceedings,” a source tells the site.

Apparently, this will all come as quite a shock to Joe, who’s convinced he’ll be heading back to Jersey after his release:

“Joe is convinced that he is not getting deported,” says a different insider.

“He just says that it isn’t going to happen.”

The source adds:

“Either he is in denial or he knows something that no one else does, but he does not believe it will happen.”

Yeah, we’re gonna go with the former option on that one.

Hilariously, it seems ICE is so eager to send Joe back to the land of popes and pasta that they might not even wait until he completes his sentence.

“If he is ordered deported while in custody, he will be removed from the U.S.,” says the insider.

Of course, the big question now is — if Joe gets deported, will Teresa Giudice go with him?

Teresa has been pretty non-committal in her responses to that particular query, so the safe bet is that she’ll be staying put in the U.S. of A.

“I mean, Italy’s a beautiful place to live,” she said in a recent interview.

“I wouldn’t mind, you know, I’m just saying. Listen, whatever God has planned for me, that’s what’s going to happen. I will embrace it the best I can.”

Yeah, those aren’t the words of a woman who’s eager to uproot her life and move across an ocean.

Teresa has four young daughters; she makes a lucrative living in the US that she can’t make anywhere else; and she needs the money more than ever thanks to her multi-million dollar debt to the government.

In other words, Joe might want to get ready to arrivederci to his long-suffering wife.