Published: Tue, October 16, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

Teresa Giudice’s Daughter Gia Speaks Out On Father’s Scheduled Deportation

Teresa Giudice’s Daughter Gia Speaks Out On Father’s Scheduled Deportation

She said her father's time in prison should be enough of a punishment for his crimes. By the way I realized on the way here, Teresa knows the president, maybe she can make an appeal. "My father came into this country when he was one years old, the United States is the only country he knows, spread the word #bringjoehome".

Thankfully, Joe still has until November 9 to appeal the deportation ruling.

Gia, 17, shared a video from stand-up comedian Fred Rubino, complaining about Joe's deportation.

Teresa is said to be "devastated" at Joe Giudice's deportation ruling, and this is arguably more hard for the family to deal with than when her and Joe took turns serving time in prison.

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Teresa Giudice's daughter Milania says her family will continue fighting her father Joe Giudice's deportation. We are gonna do everything we can to fight this daddy! You know, Joe said, "My parents are citizens, my brother and sister are citizens, they were born here I just never thought to file for citizenship". "As much as Teresa said she would live in Italy with Joe in the past, that most likely won't happen as her father is in the States, and so is her family and friends". I need my father to be here.

Captioned with four prayer emojis, the 46-year-old reality star shared an image depicting the Statue of Liberty with her head in her hands. My father belongs with us and his entire family.

'He's done his time, they have paid back their debt as far as I understand, and why not sentence him to community service or to something else that he can do to enrich the community instead of deporting him?' I shouldn't even be here right now. I can't believe this is happening. I'm really upset about it, my heart just really goes out to Teresa and the kids and I just think at some point the man has done his service, and his time, his penance.

Although Giudice was born in Italy, he has spent most of his life in the USA, but has never become a citizen. "I will embrace it the best I can".

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