On this week's episode
of Real Housewives of New Jersey
, star Teresa Giudice was the victim of her husband's angry, curse-laden tyrant against her and her family. Now she is defending herself against rumors that her hubby Joe Giudice is cheating on her
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"I am not thrilled about the way Joe was talking to me in the car but I also know he was frustrated and emotional," Teresa wrote in her Bravo blog
referring to his blow up in the last episode. "Yes, some Jersey guys talk like that when they're upset. I don't like it, and I tell him that. But it's how he grew up and it's everywhere. I married a man, I love my man, and he loves me and 99 percent of the time he speaks very sweetly to me, he's never violent or cruel, and he's a great dad."
Although he sometimes yells and swears at her, Teresa is still sure that she is the only one for Joe.
"He's amazing... No one has come forward to say anything," she said on Access Hollywood
on if he'd been cheating or not. "The last picture that was taken with him and a woman was my makeup artist and I was ten feet away. She was dancing with Joe and I was dancing with her husband."
But Teresa's sister-in-law Melissa Gorga thinks Teresa's recent accusations of her cheating on Teresa's brother (Joe Gorga) and being a gold digger stem from Teresa's own marital issues.
"Teresa has actually teased us like, 'God you guys do everything together,'" Melissa said in an interview in the May 21 print issue of Us Weekly
. "Now because I am in the music industry, she thinks I'll leave my husband? It's like, 'Don't look at me. Let's talk about them.'"
Teresa insists that she doesn't have any concern for her marriage or Joe's fidelity.
"We trust each other," she said on Access Hollywood
. "He's not the type of guy that has to hold my hand. He trusts me, I trust him. We give each other room to breathe."
Teresa's husband Joe may give her a little bit too much room to breathe if he goes to jail. Joe was indicted in New Jersey
in December for fraudulently obtaining a drivers license and he could face up to ten years in prison. If that's the case, according Us Weekly
, Teresa is aiming to get her own spin-off as a newly single mother of four daughters trying to get by without her husband. As long as Milania gets more screen time, we'd be down. Gina PusateriContributing Writer(Image courtesy of Access Hollywood)