Bonnie Says! RHNJ's Teresa Giudice & Melissa Gorga Are Endangering Their Young Kids With Their Vicious Rivalry!

Tue, May 17, 2011 11:37am EST by 7 Comments

Ladies, this is NO JOKE! Last night’s premier episode of RHNJ featured a full-on rock ‘em, sock ‘em fist fight between Teresa and Melissa’s husbands, in front of all of their very young children.

In fact, the violent brawl occurred at new cast member Melissa‘s Christening party for her new baby Joey. Could it be a more inappropriate place for ANY kind of nasty family drama let alone name-calling and violence?  NO – it could not!
Apparently anger and resentment has been brewing for years between Teresa and her once-close brother Joey Gorga ever since he married his highly competitive wife Melissa. Both Melissa and her two catty sisters have stoked the flames between Teresa and her bro, Joe. Now Joe feels that Teresa has been avoiding him and his wife and kids for years, while Teresa has felt pushed out of the relationship with her brother.

But that was no excuse for Joe to call his sister “garbage” and then yell at her to “walk away” when she came to congratulate Joe and Melissa on their baby. That was disgusting!

But then Teresa’s meat head bankruptcy-challenged husband Joe Giudice dumbly swung into action, lunging at his nasty brother-in-law with his fists. The whole place erupted in a violent melee with no regard to the babies, young kids and elderly folks in the room, including Joe and Teresa’s dad, who we were told has had two heart surgeries. It was a  terrifying scene on television — it had to be much worse to be there. Yes, this is a television show but that doesn’t excuse the stupidity of Teresa, Melissa, and their two husbands called Joe. A child could easily have been hurt. The family patriarch could have had a heart attack and in any case, all the children, were scared to death.

Teresa’s brother Joe is godfather to her oldest daughter, Gia. How are they going to explain to a scared and confused Gia why her daddy and godfather were hitting each other?

Please – Teresa, Melissa and the two Joes, you have a lot of explaining to do. And a lot of self questioning. Are TV ratings so important that you would endanger your babies and children both physically and emotionally?

Melissa Gorga, ask yourself — why do you have such pent up hatred for your sister-in-law? Your snipping was really petty and nasty. And your sisters were just as vile, egging you on.

And Teresa — your husband need to stop creating a rift between your father and your brother, which apparently he’s doing.

The RHNJ has just taken dysfunction to a whole new level this season. Danielle Staub was nothing compared to this!

What do you think Hollymoms and Hollywoodlifers?

–Bonnie Fuller

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Posted at 3:20 AM on July 26, 2011  

Ask yourself: Where would your priorities have to be to put your children on TV in the first place? Perhaps: 1 – Self, 2 – Money, 3 – Everything Else (i.e. family, kids).

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Emi Dersken

Posted at 12:19 AM on June 20, 2011  

I’ve lost respect for Bravo and Andy Cohen. Bravo no longer entertains me with their shenanigans! The Christening scene was deplorable, poor children who have no say in the matter to whom they are related too. Last time I will ever watch. Goodbye Bravo, you have sunk to a new low.

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Posted at 10:19 PM on May 22, 2011  

That was great entertainment. This behavior can be found pretty much anywhere with the exception of the upper midwestern housewives who still live like the 1950’s. Hate this for the innocent children who will in turn mimic this behavior for generations but, hey, great entertainment for the rest of us!

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Posted at 10:49 PM on May 17, 2011  

Do people from New Jersey REALLY act like this? I am from the south and as much as we are mocked and ridiculed I do not know a single person that would behave in this manner. Where are these peoples dignity? I think reality tv has become the lowest form of entertainment. The sad thing is these folks don’t realize their being exploited for a few thousand dollars.They need to call Kate Gosselin and ask her how well all this will turn out.

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nj gal

Posted at 1:33 PM on May 18, 2011  

Yes, pegs, we all act that way. Just like all people from the south act like the Atlanta Housewives. The NJ folks I know wouldn’t be caught anywhere near this Snooki-loving crowd.

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Posted at 7:26 PM on May 17, 2011  

i think that joey gorga is in it for the attention and his 15 minutes, he was highly intoxicated and i think he started all of it… really was in poor taste! but the previews for the upcoming seasons shows that they will get along!

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Posted at 3:39 PM on May 17, 2011  

This whole RHW francise is insulting and an embarrassment to all women. Selling their personal dignity is their own adult decision. However,subjecting children to foul language,drunken violent behavior and situations that are not appropriate for children under any circumstances all for the entertainment of strangers is just poor parental judgement. Bravo please listen! Getting adults to humiliate themselves for money is an adult decision but allowing children to be humiliated,scared,fearful and potenially harmed for entertainment is child abuse and calls your ethics into question. Bravo has sunk to TLC/Discovery level.
I have turned this channel off for good.

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