'RHONJ' Star Joe Giudice Sells Expensive Vibrator After Deportation Appeal Was Denied

This marks the estranged husband of Teresa Giudice's new job after his third deportation appeal was denied, which means he has to stay in Italy for a little longer.

AceShowbiz - "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Joe Giudice is hustling. The estranged husband of Teresa Giudice has reportedly added vibrators seller to his resume.

Joe shared about his new venture on his Instagram bio which reads, "Partner, European Distributor, Zalo USA." Zalo USA is a sex toy company. He also promoted his new business by sharing a promotional code with his Instagram followers on Tuesday, May 5.

"Give her a Mother's Day gift she won't forget," Joe, who shares four daughters with Teresa, encouraged his fans in a post on his Instagram Stories featuring a photo of a sex toy. Additionally, he attached a link to the company's Versailles Series.

The said vibrator line is "inspired by the luxury and sumptuousness of the life of French nobility," according to Zalo's website. It sells the collection in prices ranging from $125 to $195, depending on the model.

This marks Joe's new job after his third deportation appeal was denied, which means he has to stay in Italy and remain separated from his children for a little longer. Speaking of the result, Joe's attorney James J. Leonard said in a statement, "We have always maintained that Joe Giudice belongs in the United States with his family, not in Italy." He added, "The immigration laws in our country are both draconian and antiquated and need to be revisited by forward thinking members of Congress."

James, however, revealed that his client was "very positive about life." He dished on the former reality TV star's life in his home country, "He's in Italy doing everything he can to keep busy, and stay healthy. I know he's working on some projects that I'm sure you will hear about soon. For now, it's day at a time like everyone else."

As to whether Joe would appeal the decision again, James explained, "That will be discussed with Joe and his immigration counsel in the coming days."

The decision comes months after Joe returned to Italy following his 41-month prison sentence on wire fraud and bankruptcy fraud charges. Following Joe's return to Italy, he confirmed in December 2019 that he and Teresa had separated after 20 years of marriage. "It's time to let go," he wrote on Instagram along with a side-by-side photo of him and his estranged wife. The ex-couple, however, reportedly had no plan for divorce at the time.

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