Teresa Giudice Crisis Manager Quits!?!
Things continue to get worse for Joe Giudice’s wife who is sweating about her prison sentencing and now Teresa Giudice Crisis Manager Quits because of Teresa!
The Real Housewives of New Jersey star decided to use her reality fame and instead got rocks instead of treats. Apparently the tea is that Teresa asked to do time in the ‘Orange is the New Black‘ prison via a letter sent to the judge.
Well everything is cause and effect and Teresa got the horns NOT only from the judge who denied the request, but her PR Crisis Manager, Wendy Feldman, Quit after working with the reality TV darling for a matter of weeks.
Feldman told Page Six Tuesday morning via email:
“A relationship takes respect and effort as well as honesty,”
“This relationship was filled with more problems than usual clients have because of the constant refusal of Teresa to accept responsibility for the smallest thing. This may be due to poor prior advice and so a coping mechanism or just plain denial. In any event, federal prison is no joke and must be navigated with extreme care. In the end that wasn’t done and so the relationship had to take a new direction. This is very sad. And after months of hard work not a decision made lightly. I wish it was different but I have other clients who need their interests protected as well.”
“It’s important to note that the filing yesterday was not done correctly and in fact makes it look like one can just pick their prison,” Feldman explained about the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star’s request. “That’s simply not true. The Bureau of Prisons designates prisons and criminal history makes status of camp eligibility very clear.”
- Teresa Giudice Fired By Crisis Manager Wendy Feldman (allthingsrh.com)
- Teresa Giudice Fired by Crisis Manager After Reality Star Requests to Go to Prison That Inspired Orange Is the New Black (thepuffington.com)
- Teresa Giudice Dropped by Crisis Manager After Requesting to Go to ‘Orange Is the New Black’ Prison (aceshowbiz.com)
- Teresa Giudice’s crisis counselor quits following Danbury prison camp request (nj.com)