'RHONJ' Star Teresa Giudice Is Writing A Memoir, Which Will Include Stories About Prison & All Those Potatoes She Eats
Even though the Real Housewives of New Jersey star is behind bars for 15 months, Teresa Giudice is writing a memoir and continuing to channel her inner author. As revealed by Us Weekly, the reality starlet is "passing the time behind bars by writing in her journal." According to Giudice's attorney, James J. Leonard Jr., her memior is "going to be about growing up from humble beginnings." The book, which has seemingly been planned for some time now, "will also tell the story everyone is dying to know: what life is like behind bars."
For those who can't wait until the release of her next book (which will most likely be published after she is released from prison in late December), you can read excerpts from Giudice's journal, which she writes in daily during her days behind bars, where she's serving time for fraud. Us Weekly obtained entries for her diary, which shows a different side to Giudice. For example, she writes about her eating habits, which don't include all those yummy Italian dishes from her cookbooks.
As she writes, "I went to lunch at 10:20. I had tater tots, a soy burger that was so gross and orange! I also had some potato salad. They feed us so much here. I’m going to have potatoes coming out of my ears pretty soon!"
Giudice also talks about the other prisoners, specifically one "crazy lady who fights with everyone." However, that doesn't seem to get her spirits down. As she writes in her diary, she still goes to church and believes "God is really present." She's also finding hope through her children. In March, Gia Giudice sent her mom an email about how her oldest daughter received an "award for perseverance." The reality star wrote, "I started crying at the computer. I was so happy for her, and saying to myself, 'That is my daughter.'”
Who's ready to hear more about Teresa's life in prison and all those tater tots she eats?