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By SP_COP on October 03, 2014 | From www.nj.com
10 revelations from Joe and Teresa Giudice's sentencing hearing "Real Housewives of New Jersey" stars Joe and Teresa Giudice's plea deal circumvented what was expected to be a juicy trial, but today's sentencing hearing turned up a number of interesting revelations of the couple's long-running legal and personal troubles:

1. When discussing Joe's criminal history, assistant U.S. Attorney Jonathan Romankow described an incident from 1992 in which Joe smashed a woman's head into a mailbox. (Feinstein later said Joe denies the claim.)

2. Joe's lawyer Miles Feinstein told the court that Joe appears to have a drinking problem (okay, maybe his 2010 DUI was a clue) and would benefit from a residential alcohol treatment program. (The judge recommended he get help in prison.) Feinstein also blamed Bravo for making alcohol so available to the network's personalities. "He doesn't have to drink it," Salas shot back.

3. Among the items not declared in the couple's financial disclosure report to probation officers: three ATVs, a 2006 Ford F-50 pickup, a 1997 Chevy Corvette, a backhoe and cement mixers. They listed the value of the contents of their home at $25,000, yet they have an insurance policy for $1 million on the contents. The judge estimated that they failed to declare $75,680 worth of possessions. The couple declared the value of Teresa's Milania hair care line at $0. Teresa failed to declare her designer clothes, handbags and shoes.

4. Among the reasons mentioned by the couple's attorneys for why the financial disclosure forms were filled with omissions and inconsistencies: Their accountant was really busy, they didn't think used clothing had any notable value, and Joe was really broken up by the sudden death of his father in June.

5. Feinstein described for the judge the death of Joe's father from the massive heart attack, saying Joe found his father on the ground near the chicken coop, and that Joe did everything he could, but Frank died in his arms.

6. Filomena Giudice, Joe's mother, blames herself for never having Joe, whom she bought to America when he was 1, naturalized as a U.S. citizen, Feinstein says. He also says that Joe didn't know he wasn't an American citizen until legal proceedings but he doesn't say which proceedings....
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