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 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.


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Stormy Daniels Dunks on Michael Cohen Following Plea Deal

As you’ve likely heard by now, Tuesday was not exactly a banner day for the Trump administration.

The afternoon saw news that former campaign chair Paul Manafort had been convicted on eight counts of fraud, the most serious of which carry maximum sentences of 30 years in prison.

The second blow came shortly thereafter, with reports that another of the president’s former confidantes might also headed for the slammer.

Attorney Michael Cohen turned on Trump and pled guilty to eight counts of violating federal campaign law.

The president has hinted at pardoning Cohen in the past, but is now attempting to distance himself from his longtime personal lawyer, tweeting:

“If anyone is looking for a good lawyer, I would strongly suggest that you don’t retain the services of Michael Cohen!”

Needless to say, it’s all very distressing if you’re one of the president’s supporters … and rather hilarious if you’re one of his enemies.

Stormy Daniels is at the center of the Cohen situation, and considering the extent to which she’s been attacked and villainized by Trump and his supporters, it should come as no surprise that she decided to indulge in a little light gloating last night.

“How ya like me now?!” Daniels tweeted, adding the hashtag #teamstormy.

She didn’t go into any detail with regard to what she’s referring to — but of course, she didn’t need to.

Daniels’ high-profile attorney, Michael Avenatti, also seized the opportunity to spike the football a bit, tweeting: 

“We. Are. Coming,” Avenatti himself tweeted Wednesday afternoon. “We are going to end this dumpster fire of a presidency one way or another.”

In a statement issued to NBC News Daniels stated that she felt “vindicated”

“Michael [Avenatti] and I are vindicated and we look forward to the apologies from the people who claimed we were wrong,” Daniels said.

It’s worth noting that Cohen never named Trump in court documents, but instead stated that he was acting on the behest of “a candidate for federal office.”

Shortly after news of the plea deal went public, however, Cohen’s lawyer, Lanny Davis, tweeted that his client “stood up and testified under oath that Donald Trump directed him to commit a crime.”

So yeah, we think it’s safe to say “the candidate” wasn’t Jill Stein.

Something tells us Stormy will has a lot more vindication coming her way.