Giudice The Grinch: Joe’s Lonely Last Christmas In Prison Before Deportation

Holiday heartbreak.

Joe Giudice’s last Christmas in the United States is going to be a lonely one.

The Real Housewives of New Jersey Teresa Giudice has no plans to visit her imprisoned husband for Christmas before he gets deported, RadarOnline.com exclusively learned.

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“Joe is f**king livid with Teresa right now,” a show insider told Radar.

“They’re not really talking, and he is super pissed at her. He doesn’t even think she is coming to see him for Christmas.”

The snitch told Radar that despite Teresa’s public support of Joe, who a judge ruled should be deported from the US, their marriage is crumbling.

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“Joe is talking about divorcing Teresa.”

According to the Federal Correctional Institute Allenwood in Pennsylvania, Teresa was welcome to visit her felon hubby.

“On Monday, Christmas Eve, visiting hours are from: 8-3 pm,” the prison spokesperson told Radar.

But Juicy Joe is not getting a special holiday meal.

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“The menu for FCI Allenwood is standardized, even through the numerous annual holidays,” the prison spokesperson told Radar.

“FCC Allenwood Food Service Department implemented the National Menu in January 2008. The National Menu is a five-week cycle menu developed for use at all Federal Bureau of Prisons sites and promotes efficiency within the Food Service Department by eliminating replication of efforts at the local level. The National Menu meets the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Dietary Guidelines and ensures healthy choices are available. Inmates can, however, purchase items in our commissary which change regularly throughout the year and around holidays.”

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