Joe Giudice wants to be deported to Italy after his stint is profoundly sad for his four children. Now, Gia, Milania, and Teresa Giudice have spoken out about Joe's deportation via Instagram posts. As expected, this has been a lot for them to deal with. Joe is set to get out of jail in March 2019 and immediately be deported, 10.
According to People Joe has 30 years since the judge's ruling to appeal the decision.
As of this moment, the Real Housewives of New Jersey star has not released an actual statement about the impending deportation, but Teresa did post a photo of the Statue of Liberty 1
Teresa has been doing her best to carry on life as she normally would. On Friday, Oct. 12, Teresa shared Instagram Stories watching her oldest daughter Gia cheer at a high school football game.
A few days later, Teresa shared a photo of herself and Gia visiting Rutgers University in New Jersey. Teresa and Joe's 12-year-old daughter Milania shared photos of herself and her father on Oct. 14, along with a heartfelt plea hoping to fight his Joe's deportation. Milania wrote,
"My dad, who is the best dad in the world, needs to come home." I can not believe this is happening #Heartbroken. "
RHONJ viewers have come to know and love Milania as the standout comedian in her family throughout the years. So to see her hashtag the word "heartbroken" truly is heartbreaking.
Gia shared with a very long caption. She wrote, "my father is no threat to society. He is one of the most warm-hearted people I know, he would never harm a soul." The oldest Giudice daughter also said,
Clearly the Giudice Gia revealed, "We have so many plans to do as a family when he gets out."
Gia concluded, "My father belongs to us and his entire family. "
There's no doubt that Joe has been a polarizing person among the Real Housewives of New Jersey fandom throughout the show's eight seasons so far, but there's no denying that he's affected by the impending deportation. Fans have watched the Giudice girls grow up, and they're going through even more tough times in such a public matter.