The deleted posts appear to be his response to Joe Gorga accusing him of not being faithful to Teresa, to whom he’s been married for 20 years, in the Wednesday reunion episode.
AceShowbiz –Joe Giudice will reveal his truth soon. After Bravo aired “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” season 10 reunion, Joe took to his social media account to seemingly throw shade at brother-in-law Joe Gorga, who accused him of cheating on his sister Teresa Giudice.
In a now-deleted Instagram post on Wednesday, March 18, Joe Giudice cryptically wrote, “A persons mouth can lie, but their eyes always tell the truth. We all have a lot to say tune in next season to see who is telling the truth.I don’t think you would know how much stress…? #truth.”
The 47-year-old later added in a separate comment, “We both respect and love our girls. She is a beautiful mother grateful.” Joe was referencing his four daughters Gia, Gabriella, Milania and Audriana whom he shares with Teresa.
Seemingly not enough, he made his point with a picture featuring a message that read, “If I am a lier [sic], then you are the reason. Because, I smile but see my eyes I am crying. I act like happiest person of the world, but put your hand on my heart, you feel my pain. I act like I am fine but I am not. I am not lier, you make me lier.”
The deleted posts appeared to be his response to Joe Gorga accusing him of not being faithful to Teresa, to whom he’s been married for 20 years, in the Wednesday reunion episode. He revealed to executive producer/host Andy Cohen that he stayed silent about it because he didn’t want to hurt his sister.
“I never told you,” Joe said to Teresa in the episode. “And I’ll tell you why–because it wouldn’t be nice. It wouldn’t be nice. So if my sister was happy and she believed it, I stayed away. But if my sister called me and said, ‘Joe, I need your help,’ then it would have been game over.”
“I still feel bad for him. I knew this man all my life,” Joe Gorga continued speaking of Joe Giudice, who wasn’t present in the reunion due to his current legal status. “I might not like him, I’m going to be honest with you, I might not like him–you think I like what he did? And what he put my family through? I’m very upset but I still feel bad for him. I didn’t want that to happen to him. And I didn’t want him suffering, because I have a heart and I feel for him. I might not like you, but I love you in a way.”
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