Despite legal trouble that resulted in Teresa Giudice pleading guilty to four counts of fraud, the reality star had no hesitations about returning to the Real Housewives of New Jersey amid the ongoing court case.
Season 6 of The Real Housewives of New Jersey will feature new blood, old blood and, as always, bad blood.
"The b–– is back, and you can kiss my a–," says a sassy Dina Manzo, who makes a return to the show, which premieres July 13 (8 p.m. ET) on Bravo. (A preview airs June 1.)
Manzo's marital and relationship woes look to take center stage, as do Teresa Giudice and husband Joe's legal woes.
"I'm in this nightmare I can't get out of," says Giudice, who recently pleaded guilty to four counts of fraud.
The cameras are still rolling despite the Giudice's legal drama.
Even though the reality star plead guilty to four counts of fraud in a New Jersey courthouse on Tuesday, Teresa Giudice will continue to film her hit Bravo show.
"She's currently in production for season six," her lawyer Henry Klingeman told reporters outside the courtroom in Newark.
While it's unclear just how much of a role the fraud case will play in the Real Housewives of New Jersey, the network confirms that filming for the upcoming season is currently underway.
Teresa Giudice has pleaded guilty to four counts of fraud.
When it comes to their legal troubles, Teresa and Joe Giudice want space.
It was a Christmas to remember for Caroline Manzo, but for one very sad reason.
The former Real Housewives of New Jersey star and her family said goodbye to their beloved dog, Austin, who fell ill over the holidays.
"My little man, feel better baby," reads the caption of an Instagram photo posted by Manzo's 25-year-old daughter, Lauren, on Christmas Eve.
The charges just keep stacking up against Teresa and Joe Giudice.
The Real Housewives of New Jersey stars, who already face up to 50 years in prison for 39 counts of fraud, walked hand in hand into the U.S. District Court in Newark on Wednesday where they pled not guilty to two additional counts – bank fraud and loan application fraud.
"A lot is at stake here not only for Teresa and Joe but for their families, particularly the children," Joe's lawyer, Miles Feinstein, said outside the courtroom.
"Henry Klingeman, who is an excellent lawyer, and myself and our staffs have been preparing and preparing and will continue to do so."