So much attention has been on Teresa and Joe Giudice after their shocking jail sentence, but everyone seems to have forgotten about their four daughters! The whole situation must be really hard for them, and 13-year-old Gia took to Twitter to vent about it all.
Real Housewives of New Jersey stars Teresa Giudice, 42, and Joe Giudice were recently sentenced to jail after pleading guilty to 41 counts of fraud. We can only imagine how their daughters must feel, but you can get a pretty good idea from their oldest daughter Gia Giudice’s Twitter account. Click to read Gia’s emotional tweets!
Gia Giudice Tweets: Teresa & Joe’s Daughter Speaks Out
Teresa and Joe’s legal troubles woes have put a serious strain on their marriage, and we’re so sad that it is affecting their daughters as well!
13-year-old Gia spoke out for the first time since her parents jail sentence, and her tweets are so heartbreaking!
the little things matter to me but the big things matter to you.. :/
— Gia Giudice (@TrueGia) October 4, 2014
— Gia Giudice (@TrueGia) October 2, 2014
such an amazing support system it’s unreal💋 — Gia Giudice (@TrueGia) October 3, 2014
Joe has been sentenced to 41 months in prison, while Teresa will serve 15 months for her contribution to the criminal acts. Their sentences will be served separately so that their children can be taken care of.
We’re glad to see Gia exhibiting such strength in hard times. After all, family is forever!
Teresa Giudice: Daughter Gia Hopeful In Spite Of Jail Time
Gia might be upset with her parents for making the “big things” more important than their freedom and taking care of their kids, but she seems to still be positive in the midst of the controversy. We’re sure she has an awesome support system, and it looks like she’s committed to keeping her family first.
Good for you, Gia! She’s sure to go through this entire transition publicly on RHONJ, and she’ll need that brave face for the years to come.
We feel so bad for the Giudice kids right now! What do you think about Gia’s tweets, HollywoodLifers? Comment below and let us hear it!
— Kindra Bailey