AceShowbiz - Teresa Giudice lost her cool while making a TV appearance on Thursday, July 14. "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star was having a sit-down on "Access Hollywood Live" when she stormed out of the live interview after the hosts asked her a question about her imprisoned husband Joe Giudice.
Teresa was joined by her sister-in-law and co-star Melissa Gorga as they promoted the upcoming seventh season of their Bravo show, on which Teresa will make her TV comeback after spending nearly one year in prison. At one point, host Dave Karger asked her about the possibility of Joe getting deported after finishing his 41-month prison sentence.
"Do you worry that it's the end of your family unit as you know it because there is all this talk that Joe could be deported since he's an Italian citizen. Do you think about that?" he asked. Teresa refused to answer it, saying, "Next question please. I don't think that's something you should be asking."
"Well everybody's talking about it, and it could be a reality," the other host Kit Hoover continued to push. The topic seemed to be a sensitive one for Teresa right now, as she considered it "rude." Kit then defended her question, "Okay, well it is a fact and we're probably going to see it on the show so I don't think that was a rude question."
"No, you're not gonna see it on the show. As a matter of fact, I'm going to leave," Teresa said while getting up from her chair and walking away. Melissa was stunned and ended up leaving too, while the hosts tried to make things less awkward.
Following the incident, Teresa appeared on NBC's "New York Live" and warned everyone not to ask her similar questions. "I'm not going to address it. It's nobody's business," she said. "It's a legal matter, and I'm not addressing it. So, if anybody asks me, going forward from here, I'm going to walk off ... so don't even try it. Because they'll just make it worse."
"Everything that happened to me, being in the public eye, unfortunately made it worse for me," she added. "And I feel like if I wasn't in the public eye, who knows what would have happened. Unfortunately when I first got into this, I didn't know all of this was going to happen, and I got into it for fun, not to be scrutinized, and to be jabbed at, to be under a microscope. Like, I didn't know anybody in Hollywood or California, I mean I grew up in Jersey! So I didn't know about any of this. So I really got into it blindly and I was very naive."