Although most of the Real Housewives of New Jersey
don't seem to be getting along very well these days, two have just become roomies. Due to severe power outages in Franklin Hills, Jacqueline Laurita and her husband Chris Laurita (and ten other family members!) have temporarily moved in with Caroline Manzo.
"I love having everyone at my house," Caroline told the Huffington Post
. "We have babies and pets and people all over my house. I'm lucky that I have my own generator so we have power."
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Having to play the host to so many people doesn't bother the mother hen. "Coming from a big family, cooking a meal for twenty or thirty people is no big deal for me. We all chip in and make it together.""
Who knows, if the situation isn't a bother for Caroline, maybe Jacqueline and Chris will look to make it more permanent. Because of their current $7.8 million lawsuit, they may find themselves having to downgrade. But at least some of Jacqueline's family legal troubles have been cleared up.
She tweeted Sunday referring to her ex-husbands laundering, fraud and arson charges, "GOOD news; FBI dropped investigation on my ex-husbands case [because] of passed polygraphs, County case should be dropped by the end of the month! YAY!"
As for the lawsuit involving Jacqueline, Chris and her brother-in-law Joseph, she seems to remain optimistic. She tweeted, "By the way, sorry [to] disappoint some of you but Business is not the same as personal and accusations don't make it truth. We are doing good. You'll see..." Whatever that means Jacqueline.
And although Caroline seems to have an open door policy involving her home and her generator, it seems that unsurprisingly, fellow housewife Teresa Giudice has yet to garner an invitation. Also absent from the house full of people is her sister and former housewife Dina Manzo. The two have yet to reconcile, but Caroline maintains a tight lip about their feud.Gina PusateriContributing Writer(Image courtesy of WENN)