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'RHONJ' Teresa Giudice's Early Prison Release Rumors—But She May Not Earn It With This Bad Behavior Behind Bars

Exclusive teresa giudice visits her lawyer while the police stops by her house

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The former reality star of Real Housewives of New Jersey, Teresa Giudice, whose release from prison was scheduled to be this December, may be getting out as early as this summer, according to

Star reported about the housewife Teresa and husband Joe Giudice pleading guilty to multiple fraud charges in March 2014. Despite the rumor of her early release, Teresa does not seem to be on her best behavior while behind bars. According to an insider, Teresa attempted to acquire a weekend pass in order to visit her sick parents. However, she quickly dropped the request when she was told to provide proof of their poor condition.

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“Teresa asked her lawyer to try and get her a weekend furlough that would allow her to leave the prison to visit her parents, Antonia and Giacinto. Giacinto is in poor health, and Teresa just wants to spend time with them,” the source claims.

“Teresa was told there would need to be documentation from her father’s doctor outlining his current health condition,” and the source goes on to explain, “nothing has changed since she went to prison…and she was advised to not pursue the furlough.”

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Unknown to the prison officials, Teresa allegedly told the other inmates that she just wanted to “go shopping with her mom at the local mall,” dishes the source, suggesting the whole thing was one big devious scheme.

Teresa Giudice was placed at the Danbury, Connecticut, a prison for women that inspired the hit Netflix series 'Orange is the New Black.' (Photo: Splash)

Teresa Giudice is staying at the Federal Correctional Institution, Danbury— a Connecticut prison for women that also inspired the ‘Orange is the New Black’ Netflix series (Photo: Splash)

And this is not the only instance of her bad behavior: Teresa recruited her teenage daughter, Gia, to post a message to all her fans on social media. The post said, “Thank you for your outpouring of support and for standing by me through this most difficult time…Love love love you all!”

The prison officials were not happy with this either, since this reality-star-turned-inmate is supposed to have very limited communication with the outside world.

Looks like Teresa may need to tweak her behavior a bit, if she wants to secure that early release date.