Teresa Giudice generated a ton of controversy when she hurled a wine full of glass at Margaret Josephs in a state of fury. Her violent outburst on Tuesday’s episode of the Bravo reality show shocked everyone. Recently, Margaret addressed the controversial incident.
Margaret shared on “Reality Life with Kate Casey” podcast that producers of RHONJ, asked Teresa Giudice to leave the cast’s vacation rental after the latter star’s Nashville outburst. The Bravolebrity said on the podcast, “You do see her leaving the house. You know, do you see her leaving the house? Do you remember that? I mean, let’s read between the lines.”
Margaret further said, “Do you think that was her choice? No. Exactly.” She continued, “[Giudice’s] feeling is to intimidate, dominate and humiliate. That’s the way she bites, but that doesn’t work with someone like me.”
Josephs went on to say that she believes Giudice’s fiancé, Luis “Louie” Ruelas, was “upset” by his future wife’s behavior in Music City. Over the course of several episodes, Giudice has tried to pin negative press about Ruelas on Josephs. However, Josephs has vehemently denied claims that she is behind the headlines.
“Everybody was in shock. It was like blind rage on her part. I think [Louie] didn’t even know what to say or do. I don’t think he ever saw that side of her. It was, you know, it was mayhem, I think it upset him truthfully, I think it upset him.”
The “New Jersey” OG hurled a wine glass at Josephs after accusing the Macbeth Collection designer of leaking information about Ruelas to “bloggers.” Giudice shouted on this week’s installment of the Bravo show.
“Every time we do have a major talk, something comes out and then who brings it out?Miss Margaret does!”
When the cast of the show eventually returned to their rental house, Giudice and Ruelas departed in pajamas, giving viewers the idea that the couple may have left on their own terms. Meanwhile, fans can catch “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo. Stay tuned to Thirsty for future updates.
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