Things got a little tense between Teresa Giudice and newcomer Jackie Goldschneider on the latest episode of the Real Housewives of New Jersey.
After the women got back from Oklahoma, Goldschneider defended Melissa Gorga for talking to her husband, Joe Giudice, about what went down during the trip.
As fans will recall, Teresa told Gorga that Joe spends more time with their father whenever she is not around. She also told cameras that Joe does not do enough for the family. Once Joe heard about what Teresa said, he confronted his sister about why she felt the need to talk about him on the trip. Their argument ended with Joe telling Teresa to “shove it up your a** you f**king bitch.”
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During a later scene at Jennifer Aydin’s house, Teresa and Dolores Catania talked to Gorga about Joe’s outburst. According to Radar Online, the women blamed Gorga for talking to her husband about what happened in Oklahoma — and Goldschneider was having none of it.
Goldschneider defended Gorga and told her that she cannot control what her husband does.
After Teresa said that Gorga should be able to control Joe, Goldschneider asked Teresa why her husband is serving time in prison if she is so good at controlling his behavior.
“How dare she throw it in my face that my husband is away. Who the f**k does this b**ch think she is?” Teresa responded angrily.
Fortunately for Goldschneider, Teresa’s daughter, Melania, arrived and told her mother that they had to leave. Teresa later told the cameras that Goldschneider was lucky her daughter broke up the fight.
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Gorga, meanwhile, said that she appreciated Goldschneider sticking up for her. She knows, however, that Teresa will not forget what happened at the party and will likely create more problems down the road. Goldschneider may be fearless when it comes to standing up to Teresa Giudice, but she may have just picked a bigger fight than she realizes.
Season 9 of the Real Housewives of New Jersey airs Wednesday nights on Bravo.