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‘Housewives of NJ’ star happy to be paying off debt

HollywoodNews.com: ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ stars Teresa and Joe Giudice are reportedly removing their bankruptcy petition and going to be working hard to pay off their debts.

The two have reportedly decided to pay off their debts voluntarily instead of going through the bankruptcy process, states People. “Teresa has always wanted to be able to say that she paid her creditors,” their lawyer commented about the matter.

The two allegedly have about $11 million in debt with most of it reportedly being Joe’s and related to work matters.

Do you think they’ll get out of debt?

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  • September 21, 2011 | Permalink |

    The bankruptcy was withdrawn b/c it beats facing fraud charges. So they voluntarily took the lesser of two evils….there is not a doubt in my mind, that if they did not KNOW they would be convicted for fraud – they would have gladly dumped all that debt – left all those creditors high and dry.

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