Teresa and Joe Giudice are currently going through a difficult time defending themselves against fraud charges, but it seems like Bethenny Frankel couldn't care less if they end up in jail or not.
According to Us Weekly, Bethenny doesn't feel badly for Teresa at all because she did it to herself (with the help of her charming husband). Bethenny says, "... people who love to be in the spotlight often have a lot of skeletons in their closet." True. That. Bethenny is well aware of all of the things that come out when you're on a popular reality TV show, like all her own personal stories of a messed up childhood, past relationships, and inside her current divorce from husband Jason Hoppy.
However, Bethenny went on to say, "I feel badly for them because they have kids, and their kids didn't sign up for this."
Wait a second, Bethenny. Are you saying that your 3-year-old daughter Bryn signed up to have to be a part of your very public divorce from your husband? I don't think so. Bethenny knows better than anyone what kind of strain can be put on a family when it's in the public eye, and I don't think it's right for her to judge Teresa for what she's putting her daughters through when she's basically putting Bryn publicly through something that's also very painful.
In this day and age, a public (and celebrity filled) divorce can turn just as nasty as a trial, and both can negatively affect children. It's hard enough for a young child to go through her parents' divorce, but it's a whole other thing to have it appear in the media. The same goes for Teresa's four daughters Gia, Gabriella, Milania, and Audriana (who's the same age as Bryn), who are also going through a traumatic, and very public, experience.
It's no surprise that Bethenny has something to say about this whole Teresa fiasco, but she should probably learn to hold her tongue when it comes to other Housewives' children, especially since she's just as guilty of putting her daughter in the spotlight.
Do you think Bethenny has a right to judge Teresa?
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