JuicyJoe Giudice in court today for a status meeting with the judge. No plea deal was reached; trial date set for January 6; no need for Tree to be there. If found guilty at trial, Juicy is looking at a … Continue reading
A Texas judge gave a 16-year-old boy probation … and a stay at a $450,000 a year rehab facility… for plowing into and KILLING four people.
The attorney for the drunk at the wheel killer said that the child is suffering from “affluenza.” AFFLUENZA: Having wealthy parents who give their child anything they want.
NOTE: Here’s an idea… put his parents on trial for afflicting their child with “affluenza”! Also… this “child” was stopped last year for DUI with a 14-year-old girl, who was passed out, in his vehicle. He was 15-years-old and was let off… not even any points taken from his driving record! Moral of the story: In the legal system… Money TALKS, all others go directly to jail! Any questions, please direct them to Roy Black…
Judge Alex Ferrer explains the Jooo-dee-chay case… better than any other talking head so far! (For any latecomers, the Joodice’s plea was “not guilty.”) FYI: JudgeAlex’s new season begins September 2!)
NOTE: The RHONJ begins shooting its sixth season next month. Time for Bravo to decide whether to cut da Joodices or include their legal travails as their story line. IMO, how could Bravo pass up such real-life drama in their “reality” show!? Read more about the 39-count indictment…
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As if the scene with RHOBH’s Yolanda Foster’s ex, Mohamed, loungin’ around with at least three women tending to his needs wasn’t phony and laughable enough on “MillionDollarListingLA“… Mohamed Hadid is STILL tryin’ to unload his $58 million house… UPDATE: … Continue reading
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UH, OH! What’s the newly married Tamballs gonna do? Will this affect the just-married ‘Beaner’ and ‘Cracker’ Judge’s honeymoon phase? How will Mrs. Eddie Tamballs Torres Judge spin this?! A licensed attorney, who worked for TheJudgeLawFirm, is suing TheJudgeLawFirm for … Continue reading
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An interesting blurb from the NYPost re Tree and Juicy’s upcoming “REAL” legal issues: “The women could be called to testify at the trial because they could have firsthand knowledge of Teresa’s financial dealings, before and after the show premiered. … Continue reading
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From KPHO.com: The Maricopa County Board of Supervisor’s meeting on Wednesday is expected to include a vote to approve $200,000 be moved to help pay for Nurmi’s salary. Nurmi normally makes $125 per hour. In a previous attempt when Nurmi asked off … Continue reading
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UPDATE: Who ELSE could this Housewife be… but BubbaJax Laurita! Supposedly, the big finale brawl broke out over Easter weekend at Kim D’s store with JohnnyTheGreek, John Karagiorgis, being the person who was assaulted by BubbaJax’ heel. BubbaJax’ heel connected real good … Continue reading
November 23, 2012 Anderson… MissAndy and Kyle-ee got off … as does MissAndyCoop… on how AndyCoop really took care of those “mean tweeters.” Here’s a suggestion for AndyCoop: find a job and stick with it. Don’t it always seem that AndyCoop goes after someone… a guest or a tweeter… and then always says he feels bad afterward?
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October 27, 2012 UPDATE November 13, 2012 According to court documents, today was the day for BubbaJax to chat with attorneys regarding her involvement in the Laurita’s Signature Apparel bankruptcy. Either BubbaJax weaseled her way outta the deposition… or … Continue reading
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October 27, 2012 Jax Laurita mentioned her taped phone recordings in her BravoBlog. Not surprising, as attorney’s in the Signature Apparel case have also mentioned “secret” tape recordings… and they’re having a contest to see who can piss off Judge … Continue reading
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September 4, 2012 UPDATE: September 6, 2012 Which Housewife’s brother-in-law was indicted in U.S. District Court on charges of conspiracy and securities fraud? The brother-in-law was indicted, convicted and served time… and a period of probation… for securities fraud. He was stripped … Continue reading
The following has been taken from Federal Bankruptcy Court documents filed January 3, 2011, pertaining to Giuseppe Giudice and Teresa Giudice, Case No. 09-39032MS, Mastropole v. Giudice.
It seems as though Teresa, Mrs. ‘I don’t know anything’ Juicy Joo-dice swore to her own attorney that she DID sign documents:
“The Giudices filed their Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition on October 29, 2009. Mastropole filed the immediate adversary proceeding on January 29, 2010. Between those two dates, the standard § 341(a) meeting of creditors was held in the Giudices bankruptcy case. J. Giudice testified under oath regarding the June 14, 2007 discharge of the Mastropole mortgage.
Plaintiff’s witnesses were Mastropole, Testa, Ms. Gomez (the purported notary on the contested mortgage discharge), Ms. Rodriguez (the witness on the same mortgage discharge), and Teresa Giudice. Defendants called only J. Giudice.
Mastropole clearly, consistently and firmly denied authorizing J. Giudice to execute the critical discharge of mortgage on his behalf. He stated that he was unaware of the discharge until it came to light in 2008 litigation brought on by his attorney to enforce the June 13, 2007 settlement. This witness, a licensed real estate broker, was plainly outraged by what he believed was J. Giudice’s forging of his name. In this court’s view, Mastropole’s overall testimony, angry and aggressive in tone, was uncoached, from his “viscera,” ringing with indignation, and truthful.
It is noted that Mastropole and J. Giudice were in close proximity to one another at all times relevant, with Mastropole being in his first floor office and J. Giudice being in separate offices in that same building on the second floor. There is no logical explanation by J. Giudice for not obtaining the actual signature of the nearby and readily available Mastropole, if Mastropole had truly agreed to the mortgage discharge in June, 2007.
Juicy and Tree Joo-dice
Mastropole did not implicate Teresa Giudice in any of the actual business affairs between himself and J. Giudice, other than that she had been a titleholder to certain property (not part of the East Orange multifamily developments).
Carolina Gomez testified she had worked for J. Giudice, starting in January 2006 while in high school. She worked in real estate management for him until March 2007. She was a notary public. Her seal and purported signature acknowledging the “Mastropole” signature appears on the critical June 14, 2007 discharge of mortgage (Exhibit P-6).
The witness categorically denied acknowledging Mastropole’s signature on Exhibit P-6 or affixing her seal to the document. She was not employed by J. Giudice on that date. In fact, J. Giudice admits to having affixed her stamp and seal and signing the former employee’s name as if she had acknowledged the Mastropole signature.
Ms. Gomez testified that she had called J. Giudice some time after her March 2007 departure from J. Giudice’s employ, asking him about her notary stamp and seal which she had left in her desk. J. Giudice told her he had thrown everything out.
Ms. Gomez testified that by her observation Teresa Giudice was not actively involved in the Mastropole-Giudice real estate ventures.
Attorney Testa took the witness stand on November 19 and December 14 and 15, 2010. (Witness Rodriguez testified between segments of the Testa testimony.) Testa said he represented the Giudices in the business divorce litigation with Mastropole, which was to have culminated with the June 13, 2007 Settlement Agreement (Exhibit P-4, executed by Testa on behalf of his clients).
It’s lookin’ bad, Joe
Testa’s initial testimony about the events surrounding the June 13, 2007 Settlement Agreement confirmed that he made some changes in a draft provided by Mastropole’s counsel, and had it retyped with his firm’s “header.” He identified the personal guarantee (Exhibit P-5 required by the settlement), appearing to have been signed by Teresa and J. Giudice and witnessed by Testa.
As to his witnessing the Giudices ’ signatures, Testa said that J. Giudice signed in his presence, but Teresa’s signature was already on the guarantee when her husband brought it to him.
The attorney said he “would not accept that that way.” Testa said he telephoned Teresa. He questioned her about the document, went through it with her, “and made sure that was, in fact, her signature.”