Joe and Teresa Giudice face more fraud charges

Andrei Jackamets/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty ImagesJoe and Teresa Giudice

Andrei Jackamets/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty ImagesJoe and Teresa Giudice

Joe and Teresa Giudice have been slapped with more indictments — this time for bank fraud and loan application fraud.

According to FoxNews.com, the couple lied on a loan application, saying Teresa worked as a real estate agent and earned $15,000 per month for her efforts.

Hmmm, wonder why that footage never showed up on “Real Housewives of New Jersey”? We can picture her showing a couple around a McMansion: “Ovah here we got a bee-u-dee-ful I-talian por-dee-co, suitable for walking under and entering the next room with and stuff.”

The pair are being accused of fraudulently representing themselves as they repeatedly applied for loans and credit to get more money to cover their debts.

This week’s charges bring the number to 41; their lawyers say they are pleading not guilty to all of them.FeaturesGossipJoe GiudiceReal Housewives of New JerseyTeresa Giudice

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