Life has just gotten all too real for Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice.
RadarOnline.com reports that the housewife has signed her name on the dotted line with prosecutors, which will allow the government to seize her Jersey mansion’s furniture, her Maserati, her Bravo paycheck and more.
Radar obtained the court documents, which were filed on June 5. In these documents, Giudice agreed for Bravo to withhold “25 percent of any monies held on behalf of, or payable to Teresa Guidice, and pay the sum to the [government].” Bravo has not yet commented on the future of the housewife.
Federal prosecutors are also getting a bonus in addition to the hearty paycheck—they were able to obtain an agreement that will give them possession of the reality TV star’s 2005 Maserati, and 50 percent of a rental property that she and her husband own in Lincoln Park.
But as if that’s not enough, according to the documents the government has the right to seize as many of Teresa’s assets necessary to satisfy the serious debt. As Radar reported, Teresa and her husband Joe Giudice still owe the government $400K in restitution in their bankruptcy fraud case.
Teresa is currently about half way through serving her 15-month prison sentence, and when she gets out she might go home to an empty house!