Apparently Bravo’s ‘The Real Housewives of New Jersey’ star Teresa Giudice’s former prison mates want what happens behind bars to stay behind bars.
Fans might want to hear about Teresa Giudice of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New Jersey’s prison experience, but apparently her inmates want her to stop giving up details.
Giudice outlines the ins and outs of her time in jail in her new book Turning The Tables: From Housewife to Inmate and Back Again. And while she doesn’t use any names, the women who served time with her are not necessarily excited about her telling what happened behind bars.
Her former cellmate Deseree Bradshaw even spoke out in the latest issue of In Touch Weekly and said Giuduice’s book could put her in harm’s way; particularly Giudice’s claim that she lived in the “Boom Boom Room” because of all of the intimate things that went down in her cell.
Bradsaw said, “She’s going to have enemies for talking about that. A lot of women have husbands and boyfriends on the outside, and they won’t want what they did on the inside to get out. It’s not right. People don’t like being talked about. Even if she doesn’t name names, we’ll know who she’s talking about, and those people will be upset.”
Larry Levine, who works as a federal prison consultant and even spent his own time in jail, has agreed with Bradshaw and said things could get much worse if Giudice does decide to hint at who any of the women she’s talking about could be.
“If she names names or even so much as provides any identifying features about the women, there’s no saying what could happen to her. They have friends on the outside who could threaten her, harass her, attack her, or worse, put a bullet in her head.”
Her book hits stands on Feb. 9.
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