Teresa Giudice, hater of prostitution whores, gave her final interview before heading off to prison today.
Before she started her 15-month sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury, Connecticut for fraud and failure to pay taxes, Giudice gave one last interview to Glam.com. In the interview, she talks abut her personal life, her childhood, her daughters and what she will do when she is done serving time. The video is basically looks and sounds like the typical intro video we're used to seeing from her on Real Housewives of New Jersey, except it's about how she's going to be in prison for more than a year.
According to People, Giudice's last words before leaving home were a message to her husband and kids:
"She said, 'Tell Joe and the girls I'm good,' " [her lawyer James J. Leonard Jr.] says.
Teresa's husband, Joe Giudice, 44, "was somber," Leonard says. "The enormity of this entire situation hit him." After saying goodbye to Joe and her four daughters – Gia, 13, Gabriela, 10, Milania, 8, and Audriana, 5, – the reality star climbed into the back seat of Leonard's black SUV and headed to the minimum security prison for women to serve her time after her March conviction for fraud.
Leonard says that during the 90-minute drive he tried to keep the conversation from getting heavy.
"If I have to drive with someone for one-and-a-half to two hours who is on their way to prison, I'm not trying to get them emotional," he says. "I try to keep it light with jokes and talk about things that are light. So it was light from the time I saw her until the time I left her. She was great. She was very strong. She said, 'I know I am going to get through this.' She was very, very upbeat. She was like, 'Hey. Let's go. Let's get this done.' "
She also managed to enjoy an egg sandwich before saying goodbye to the free world. Cue a Johnny Cash song up for this lady.