Teresa Giudice

Terea Giudice thinks Strippergate has been blown way out of proportion.

on Sep 18, 2012

The only thing that made any of this a big deal is the fact that Melissa freaked out, ran into the bathroom, and right away called my brother and said she'd been "set up." What? You'll see my face next week when everyone immediately jumps on the "Melissa was set up" train. I'm so confused. First, because I don't think the big incident was really that big a deal. I didn't like to hear it or be put in the middle of it in a creepy, unexpected way, but it was no ambush. (And I think I know ambush!) The guy said, "Hi, remember me?" and LEFT.

But conveniently the other Housewives, the ones with the matching blogs every week, came to the same exact conclusion right away: Teresa set Melissa up! What, what, and what? And again: what? It doesn't make sense for me to do, they had absolutely no proof, the guy himself denied I had anything to do with it, but the truth doesn't matter to them. They went on Twitter to talk about how they think I set Melissa up, they went to the press, and still, a year later, they're singing the same sad song. This is actually one instance when I'm so glad the cameras were there for the whole thing, because you see what I see. But the worst part is my brother, who wasn't there, doesn't see it. He believed their crazy story right away, still believes it I guess, and we haven't spoken for a year. In the end, who got what they wanted? Not me...