Joe Giudice, what have you done now? The troubled ‘RHONJ’ star shoved a cameraman when he arrived to a New Jersey courthouse on Oct. 16 to face more charges for fraud and forgery, and the entire incident was caught on camera. Click to WATCH.
Joe Giudice is already going to jail for 41 months, but he doesn’t seem to want to get his act together. Teresa Giudice‘s husband pushed a cameraman and cussed him out, yelling, “Get the f**k out of my face,” in a shocking new video.
Joe Giudice Shoves Cameraman In Courthouse– Watch Fight
You’d think after willingly letting cameras into your home for a six seasons of a reality show, Joe Giudice would be used to the shutterbugs. Well, that’s not the case.
Joe, who was already sentenced to 41 months in prison for federal crimes, faced a judge in Paterson, New Jersey on Wed. Oct. 15 for additional charges of false identification, and apparently, he’s not keen with the media attention his never-ending troubles are garnering.
In the shocking video above, Joe shoves an Extra cameraman and is caught saying, “Do me a favor and get the f**k out of my face,” as he enters the courthouse by himself.
The cameraman was left with a black eye, according to CBS 2 News, who obtained the video below, which depicts the shocking scene at court.
The video above, obtained by Extra, shows glassy-eyed Joe from a different angle — the cameraman’s perspective.
Joe Giudice: Teresa’s Husband Served 18 Additional Months In Jail
Why was Joe at the courthouse in the first place?
He was facing additional charges for false and fraudulent identification, after allegedly using his brother’s marriage and birth certificates to obtain a driver’s license, while his own was suspended for drunk driving back in 2010.
Joe accepted a plea deal, which served him an additional 18 months in jail. Lucky for him, his time will be served concurrently with his federal sentencing. In other words, he’ll still be behind bars for a total of 41 months.
HollywoodLifers, are you shocked by Joe’s actions? Do you understand why he shoved the cameraman or do you think he needs to keep his anger in check, especially with all of his legal troubles? Let us know.
— Elizabeth Wagmeister