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Bankrupt Real Housewife Of New Jersey Teresa Giudice Forced To Auction All Her Possessions

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Bankrupt Real Housewife of New Jersey Teresa Giudice forced to auction ALL her possessions

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1297907/Bankrupt-Real-Housewife-New-Jersey-Teresa-Giudice-auction-ALL-possessions.html#ixzz0ustP8bHj

Teresa has been married to entrepreneur Joe for 10 years and the couple have four daughters, Gia, nine, Gabriella, five, Milania, three and eight-month-old Audriana. The children enjoy an endless round of music and dance lessons.

Teresa said: 'Due to the economy, most of my husband’s real estate ventures failed despite his hard work and effort.'

The couple's possessions for auction can be viewed online.

Items available for purchase include a jet boat, a snow plough, a grand piano, two flat-screen TVs, decorative fireplace accessories, a faux marble chess set, a suit of armour and several chandeliers.

The family's lawyer Jim Kridel said they hadn't lied about their assets or undervalued their property.

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<br />Did they have a walk-in wardrobe and a home cinema?

Ah, the American Dream going up in smoke.<br />

Thats exactly what Thatcher (evily) introduced into the UK (City "Big Bang" deregulation) - within 30yrs it's ended with the vast majority of the UK population in increasing poverty, unable to afford to buy a house if wanted and the country bankrupted by corrupt Govt officials and the City (out of control)!

Her/their (Regan) legacy!

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Ugly house. Deserve all they get.

Can Bravo do another show on this "property dream couple" in a years time? Would love to see how they fare in a trailer camp with food stamps. No doubt Joe, being an entrepreneur, will bounce back quickly from this mishap?

What's that ? Credit crunch. No free lunch. Aw shucks........... :D

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