'Real Housewife' Teresa Giudice's Belongings Up For Auction
Want to own a piece of Real Housewives history? Teresa Giudice's personal items will be hitting the auction block later this summer to pay for her massive debt.
According to People, the Guidice family's belongings will be auctioned off online by A.J. Willner Auctions. The items include several huge flat screen televisions, ornately decorated leather furniture, a bedroom set, a Schaefer & Sons grand piano, and a suit of armor. The auction will start on August 22.
The items are part of Teresa and her husband Joe's bankruptcy auction. The pair filed for bankruptcy in early June and revealed that they had amassed $11 million in debt on a $79,000 annual salary between the two of them.
Teresa chronicled the building of her extravagant home in the first season of the Real Housewives of New Jersey. The proud Jersey girl spent thousands of dollars on new furniture, some of which will be featured in the auction.
A trustee has accused the Giudice couple of undervaluing their belongings during their bankruptcy; however, an attorney for the Giudice tells People that they can't sell used items for their sticker price.
Teresa is currently being sued by Real Housewives co-star Danielle Staub for defamation of character. Teresa most recently expressed a desire to file a restraining order against Danielle, claiming that she was threatening the other cast mates.
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