Joe Giudice’s Bravo Special: Find Out Which Real Housewives of New Jersey …

17 Aug 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Cops called to Joe Giudice’s Jersey Shore home on eve of foreclosure.

Police were called to “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Joe Giudice’s Jersey Shore home Saturday after the reality star got into a heated argument with a neighbor — three days before the Manahawkin home is set to be auctioned off at a sheriff’s sale in Toms River. “It was a keep [and] restore the peace call made over loud arguing,” patrol officer Christopher Fritz tells NJ Advance Media. “Once everyone was calmed down, we cleared. There was no cause for arrest.” TMZ.com reports that a neighbor had stepped in after Giudice was heard screaming at his 14-year-old daughter Gia, who had been locked out of the house for several minutes.

The father of four reportedly got into an argument with his eldest daughter, Gia Giudice, at his family’s Jersey Shore beach house on Saturday, Aug. 15. Only RadarOnline.com has all the details of the nasty incident. “Loud arguing” brought the cops out to the Giudices’ New Jersey beach home over the weekend during a spat involving Giudice relatives and neighbors. The house was open,” says the source, who claims Gia was at the beach with her friends. “He was at his beach house at the Jersey Shore with Teresa’s parents, his other three daughters, his brother, his wife, three of their kids. Joe and Teresa Giudice are set to lose the home on Tuesday in an Ocean County sheriff’s sale, although the sale has been delayed at least twice before.

It’s just a lot for a teenager to handle.” The family looks to be barely holding together at the seams as 43-year-old Teresa continues to serve her prison sentence in connection with the couple’s fraud conviction last fall. The couple still owe millions of dollars after their failed bankruptcy, which resulted in a federal investigation into allegations they hid assets and failed to declare income. The couple pleaded guilty in 2014 to bankruptcy fraud and conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud — the latter, for ginning up fake W-2s, among other documents, in order to secure mortgages.

Teresa is currently serving a 15-month sentence at the Federal Correctional Institute in Danbury, Conn., and Joe will start his 41-month sentence after she is released.

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