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Jacqueline Laurita: Missing From RHONJ Reunion, Answers Twitter Questions

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Why was Jacqueline Laurita missing from RHONJ reunion?

What happened to Jacqueline Laurita on Real Housewives of New Jersey? Why wasn’t Jacqueline at the RHONJ Reunion?

While Jacqueline Laurita was noticeably missing on the Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion show, she was active on Twitter, answering questions from fans and tweeting during the reunion.

Laurita answered one fan question about having more kids: “Do you and your husband plan on more children?” Jacqueline tweeted: “I wish but I’m fixed now.”

Why doesn’t Jacqueline want to have any more kids? Laurita explains, “The struggle 2get pregnant wore me out. I was almost 39 when Nick was born& I have 3 kids.”

What happened to Jacqueline Laurita on the RHONJ reunion? Caroline Manzo explains that there was an “incident” while filming and that Jacqueline is in a bad place emotionally about Teresa Giudice. Jacqueline felt “betrayed and hurt.”

Giudice added, “She started something… she should have finished it.”

Ouch.

Jacqueline took to Twitter to explain why she was missing from the Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion. Her tweets included:

“I apologize for not attending the reunion but I was not well, Mentally and physically. XOXO! I hope you forgive me.”

“Nobody listen’s to me anyway”

“After 4th season I will be able to explain more”

Crazy town.

One fan commented on Twitter: It’s kinda pathetic you aren’t there.. Why make Caroline fight your fights?!”

Jacqueline responded: “I already had a 5 hour face to face with Teresa.”

Oh to have been a fly on the wall during that fallout.

Laurita added, “I couldn’t emotionally or physically be there. I wish I could explain more but I can’t contractually.After 4th I’ll explain more.”

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