Famous Prisoners Series

RHONJ’s Joe Giudice is Being Transferred from New Jersey to a Pennsylvania Prison

Joe Giudice, who became famous on The Real House Wives of New jersey, will be transferred to another state to continue his prison sentence.

Joe is currently serving his sentence at the Federal Correctional institution at Fort Dix, New Jersey and will be transferred to the prison in Allenwood, Pennsylvania based on the documents filed by the U.S. Attorney.

Married to Teresa Giudice, Joe requested the transfer because he wanted to be placed in a residential drug and abuse program, and according to the document, he claimed he was denied “as a result of a detainer place by Immigration and Joe GuidiCustoms Enforcement’.

The document, dated Wednesday, stated that Joe Guidice will be transferred “soon”, and will have an opportunity to have a hearing on his immigration status the moment he’s in Allenwood.

Joe Giudice: Prison Sentence & Criminal History

Joe Giudice was given a 41-month jail sentence in March 2016 for mail, wire, and bankruptcy fraud. Teresa also did a yearlong stretch in prison for the same crimes.

The challenges she faces raising four daughters – Gia, 16, Gabriella, 13, Milania, 11, and Audriana, 8 – alone has been captured by this season of RHONJ.

According to Teresa, they all see Joe Guidice as often as possible. The extracurricular activities of their daughters are paramount so they get to visit him once in two or three weeks, depending on their schedule.

Emmanuel considers himself more of an artist than a writer. He loves reading and writing poetry and fiction, but on other days, he makes music. Emmanuel has written on diverse topics for many websites and is the author of three books. Currently, he’s a news reporter for loved ones of incarcerated people for Prison Rideshare Network.

Emmanuel Oluwapelumi

Emmanuel considers himself more of an artist than a writer. He loves reading and writing poetry and fiction, but on other days, he makes music. Emmanuel has written on diverse topics for many websites and is the author of three books. Currently, he’s a news reporter for loved ones of incarcerated people for Prison Rideshare Network.