RHONJ star Jacqueline Laurita took to her blog to discuss Sunday’s episode and the awkward encounter with former BFF Teresa Giudice. Jacqueline also updates viewers on the latest drama going on with ex-husbands legal case!
“I was really proud of both Gia and Melissa for having the talent and the courage to perform in front of all those people. I admire that about them. I think they both did an amazing job! I was very impressed, and I wish them both a ton of success. Melissa was a lucky girl to have the talented and good-looking Cris Judd in her corner, provided by her loving, supportive, and always horny husband. They have an amazing relationship that I admire. God Bless.
Now for the more serious stuff. Nothing like running into that person you are having a conflict with for the first time after a fight. AWKWARD! I think it went pretty smoothly despite our last meeting. Thanks to Teresa our families spent so much time together now that we were all starting to become one big family, and our kids became friendly too. We started to all become intertwined. I guess it’s the same thing as Dina and Teresa remaining friends throughout OUR family drama and our fights with Teresa. Relationships form and you want to continue to allow that friendship to grow while still showing support for each other. I know that the Manzos and Lauritas ALWAYS encouraged unity between the Giudices, Gorgas, and the Wakiles. We always wanted the best for all of them.??It became apparent that we were all still going on this trip to Napa together. There was no point in fighting with each other at this point, because it wouldn’t do any of us any good and would just make things more awkward than they already were between us. This trip was not only a great opportunity for business, but also a chance for bringing a broken family back together by creating new, fun experiences together. Who knows, maybe broken friendships can heal as well.
The situation was what it was, and I realized at this point that we never had as deep of a
friendship as I had perceived it to be. Looking back, it was more of a surface friendship. It was a shallow friendship that had unspoken rules like, “Don’t ask questions about me, and I won’t ask questions about you. Let’s just talk about clothes and hair and then drink, eat, and laugh.” I realize that there are all types of different friendships, and I guess I thought we were closer than we actually were. It was a hurtful realization. The problem was that I allowed myself to care too much for someone who clearly didn’t want to or wasn’t capable of being that close with me. I decided at this point that I was just going to follow Teresa’s lead and not expect as much from her. I would just hope for the best. I believed that I could be in her presence and still be civil. I let go of any expectations that I had of her. I knew that our friendship had changed forever. I guess this is the way it had always been, but I just never opened my eyes to it before. I think I gave too much of myself to her, and it was time for me to take a step back and accept this friendship for whatever it was. ??For those thinking that I believed every article that came out is completely wrong and ridiculous. I could tell which articles out there were guided by her from the content and the recognition of the lingo that she used around me when it came to speaking of others. I knew she put out some of those articles, but I never knew for sure which articles or which part of the articles were true or not true anymore. I just wanted to hear all the facts from her and not from the things
I was reading in the tabloids. How else was I supposed to know unless I heard it straight from the source? It’s common sense. Some of the articles worried me, but some of them upset me, because I believed that by putting certain things out there, she was taking a step back instead of moving forward, and it wasn’t in her best interest. It also upset me that she wasn’t talking to me about certain things, but instead she was opening up to the tabloids. I really didn’t intend to insult her by asking. It did make me re-evaluate our friendship, however. It left me wondering how deep our friendship actually was.??I wanted to be “real” friends. I loved and cared about Teresa with all of my heart, even when I didn’t always agree with the way she handled things. I began to realize that unless I was going to be her soldier, stay one step behind her, and not ask questions, this friendship was not going to work. It was frustrating and sad to me, but in the end, it opened my eyes as to what our “friendship” was really all about. I finally took off my rose colored glasses and began to see things for what they truly are. All I can say is all wounds take time to heal.
Woohoo! Napa here we come!
Here is another update on my ex-husband’s case, since some of you keep tweeting me asking me about it.??1. It is TRUE there were charges against him and his wife. ?2. It is TRUE there was an arrest. ?3. It is TRUE that it was NEVER filed as a formal case.?4. It is TRUE the FBI investigated him about it. ?5. It is TRUE he passed polygraphs, further showing his innocence.?6. It is TRUE the FBI dropped its investigation against him. ?7. It is TRUE that I believe he is innocent. ?8. It is TRUE that the state has not yet closed its case against him, just as it is TRUE they never filed a former case against him. Why? Why don’t you haters hang in there for updates or if your curiosity is just eating you up, Matt told me to refer any questions or doubts you have to the law office of Chad Lee 817-332-6638. Enjoy your research!”
Only Jacqueline Laurita would feel the need to leave the number of her ex-husbands lawyer. First off, a real lawyer wouldn’t even be able to discuss the case with random strangers. Jac gives a new meaning to the word ‘crazy.’