RHONJ’s defeated Joe Giudice will ‘never step foot’ in America again after deportation appeal is denied – The Sun
JOE Giudice has revealed he will "never step foot in America again" after his legal appeal to be allowed back into the United States was denied.
The former Real Housewives star was deported to Italy in 2019 after serving 41 months in jail on charges of wire and bankruptcy fraud.
But he found out on April 29 that his appeal to be allowed entry back into the country where his daughters live has failed.
Joe said: "As I proceeded with caution, hoping to win the judge’s sympathy, I was hoping to come home to my girls.
"Today, According to U.S immigration I was told I will never step foot in America again."
"My appeal was denied."
Speaking to The Hollywood Gossip, the father of four added: "The dreadful words no one wants to hear, especially now. I always feel I belong in the United States with my family, not in Italy.
"My heart is aching. My limbs feel weak."
He concluded: "I won’t see my girls glowing smile that I loved waking up with every morning now
"That makes me scared it means that my kids world will be without me."
Joe, 47, is currently living in his native Italy, while his estranged wife Teresa, 47, and their four daughters, Gia, 19, Gabriella, 15, Milania, 14, and Audriana, 10, remain in America.
The RHONJ husband was transferred to ICE detention center after serving the 41-month sentence, and he was released from ICE that October.
The couple announced their separation in December and in April, Teresa's brother confirmed their divorce is nearly complete.
Teresa and their daughters visited him in Italy in November 2019, and their daughters returned to Italy in December to spend the holidays with him.
Although they were set to visit him for Easter as well, the plans were canceled because of the pandemic.
Joe was also unable to attend the funeral for Teresa's father, Giacinta Jorga.
On the Bravo show, Joe’s oldest daughter, Gia, who has rallied for her father to return to America on social media, encouraged him to remain in ICE custody until his appeal is approved.
But because of harsh conditions, he left and moved to Italy.
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