Joe Giudice’s days in America are numbered!
According to a new report by Radar On-line, a Pennsylvania judge has shot down the Actual Housewives of New Jersey fraudster’s deportation appeal, and desires the Bravo felon out of the United States.
Giudice, 49, outlined his case in a final appeal — which he submitted to the Third Circuit Court in July. Assistant Lawyer Basic for the Civil Division Joseph H. Hunt submitted a 40 web page rebuttal on August 14th, delivering a crushing blow to Giudice’s plea.
The ex reality star’s fight started in October 2018, when a judge ruled that Joe Giudice — who served 3 years in prison for several counts of fraud — be deported. The “aggravated felony” crime classification warranted automatic deportation — but Giudice claimed that the aggravated felony tag was inaccurate. Giudice argued that Wells Fargo was not a victim — due to the fact the institution had allegedly committed “consumer fraud” — an accusation noted in the bank’s multi-million dollar settlement with the state of New Jersey. The doc also pointed out that that Giudice repaid the bank $400k in restitution in compliance with his sentence.
Hunt didn’t buy Giudice’s argument and sided with the original immigration judge. He urged the Third Circuit Court to shut down any additional argument.
“For the foregoing factors, the Court should really deny the petition for overview,” Hunt stated.
A final choice from the court is anticipated to be delivered in the coming months. The former Bravoleb remains in ICE custody at the Clinton County Correctional facility.
In April, Giudice’s teen daughter, Gia, 18, launched a modify dot org petition to assist save her father. His wife Teresa — who admitted she will leave her husband if he’s deported — supported her daughter’s final-ditch work on social media. The petition has currently garnered more than 200,000 signatures.
Joe Giudice’s wife, Actual Housewives of New Jersey vet, Teresa Giudice, is anticipated to file for divorce immediately after her husband’s deportation.
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