Teresa Giudice may be home, but she’s not exactly 100% free yet. Teresa’s early release from prison came with certain strings attached which include home confinement. To clear the air, Teresa’s lawyer James J. Leonard Jr. opened up about what home confinement means for Teresa and her family.
According to Mr. Leonard, “There’s been a lot of speculation. She will not be going to a halfway house. She has been approved for supervision on what’s known as the Federal Location Monitoring Program. That is a component of her home confinement. So basically what will happen is when she gets home she’s obviously got to spend some time with her family, her children, and then a little bit later in the day on the 23rd, we are going to — she and I — are going to meet with people from probation, and they are going to explain the rules to her of the Federal Location Monitoring Program as well as home confinement. They are also going to give her the electronic monitoring bracelet that she has to wear until, I believe, it’s February 5.”
Despite being under home confinement, Teresa will be able to leave the house.“She will be free to work. She will be free to tend to medical and legal appointments, and she will be free to travel otherwise outside of her home as long as she receives permission from the Federal Location Monitoring Program. We will be asking for passes for her to be able to leave to do certain things and those passes, if they are approved, she will able to do things she needs to. The truth is we are here to be 100 percent fully compliant with their programs, with their rules. So whatever they ask of us we will accommodate them.”
Thoughts on Teresa’s home confinement? Do you think that filming RHONJ will fall under the “work” category letting Teresa leave the house to film at events?