Monday night’s Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion show was pretty insane, could you imagine being there? Egad. And we learned one thing, do not make Teresa Giudice mad. During the show, Danielle nonchalantly brought up Teresa’s newest nephew saying that Teresa, “doesn’t acknowledge him.” This led Teresa to totally lose her temper and not only lunge at Danielle but to push poor Andy Cohen down. So what made Teresa so mad at the mere mention of her family and her little baby nephew?
First she wanted to be clear that she said “Do not BRING up my family,” not “Do not break up my family.” She added that, “she could never break up my family, but she does need to keep their names out of her mouth.” She added that “It’s completely unacceptable for Danielle to drag them into the mud and lie about them.”
She continued to explain what happened on her Bravo Blog saying:
“In April, my newest nephew was born off camera. (No, not Jacqueline’s baby; Jacq and I are not related.) And no he’s not sick. He’s perfect and beautiful and we’re blessed to have him in our lives. If you all remember, I was scheduled to do the live Bravo Chat Bubble for a Real Housewives of New York episode the night he was born, and I was at the hospital so long, I was late logging in. So, yes, of course I was at the hospital when he was born!”
“When we were talking about Danielle not even acknowledging the birth of Jacqueline’s new baby Nicholas which is part of the show Danielle jumped in and accused me of not acknowledging my own new nephew. Did you see my face, how confused I was? At first, I had no idea what she was talking about because I WAS there and my 90,000 Twitter followers were kind of at the hospital with me that day too. But then I realized what she was saying that she had been digging around my extended family and trying to find dirt on me and defame them. And I just had it. I will not stand for that (or sit still anyway).”
Oh the fun. Why do you think Teresa got so upset about Danielle bringing up her nephew, do you think there is more to the story?