Teresa Giudice has remained mostly off social media since she entered prison earlier this year. But last week she had not just one, but two messages for her fans. Over the weekend the Real Housewives of New Jersey star shared a tweet, her second within a span of as many days, revealing her excitement over the Supreme Court ruling that states cannot prohibit same-sex couples from marrying and that doing so violates the Constitution.
"Finally some good news coming out of a court!" she wrote on June 27. "#Justice&Equality4All #LoveWins."
The RHONJ star is one of the many Bravolebs who flooded social media to support the landmark decision in the fight in the gay rights movement. The same day the news was announced, Sonja Morgan, Andy Cohen, Lisa Vanderpump, NeNe Leakes, Fredrik Eklund, Bethenny Frankel, and more all shared their outpouring of support for the decision.
Just two days before Teresa also virtually joined in on the celebration, she headed to Twitter to thank her fans for their support in the months since she entered prison back in January.
"Thank you for your outpouring of support and for standing by me through this most difficult time," she wrote. "Love love love you all!"
Back in May, Teresa shared another message on Twitter, writing, "Thank you everyone for all of the cards, letters, and kind words of support I love, love, love you all xo T!" It was later explained that her daughter, Gia, was the person behind that tweet.
"While she's finishing her sentence, she may continue to communicate with her fans this way," her attorney James Leonard, Jr. explained at the time.