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RHONJ’s Joe Giudice shades ex Teresa by sharing throwback of her infamous ‘prostitution w***e’ Thanksgiving flip-out


DESPITE expressing gratitude for his family on Thanksgiving, Joe Giudice managed to shade his ex Teresa on the same day.

Former Real Housewives of New Jersey star, Joe, shared a clip of Teresa’s dramatic blow-up on the reality show as a warning to families ahead of their Thanksgiving meals.

Real Housewives of New Jersey former star Joe Giudice, shared an infamous video of his ex Teresa

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Real Housewives of New Jersey former star Joe Giudice, shared an infamous video of his ex TeresaCredit: Getty – Contributor

The infamous scene saw Teresa call her co-star Danielle Staub a “prostituion w***e” on RHONJ.

Teresa was throwing a lavish dinner party when the fight occurred and she lashed out at Danielle by flipping a table over and was finally subdued by Joe.

The fight has often be described as one of the most iconic in the entire Real Housewives franchise.

Joe cheekily shared a clip from the episode alongside some advice for his 455,000 followers.

The clip was from a 2009 Thanksgiving dinner on the reality show

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The clip was from a 2009 Thanksgiving dinner on the reality showCredit: Bravo
But things quickly spiralled when Teresa felt disrespected by Danielle Staub

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But things quickly spiralled when Teresa felt disrespected by Danielle StaubCredit: Bravo
Danielle lashed out about rumours going around about her

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Danielle lashed out about rumours going around about herCredit: Bravo
She called the mom, a 'prostitution w***e'

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She called the mom, a ‘prostitution w***e’Credit: Bravo

He forewarned: “[This would be your] Thanksgiving if you forget your 😷 or talk politics. Happy thanksgiving eve @teresagiudice 🍷”

Joe tagged his ex in the post, suggesting she might be ok with the joke and comes just days after she flirted with him online.

Teresa flooded former husband Joe’s recentInstagram shot with a series of sweet love hearts.

The reality star made the gushing gesture after her ex showcased a snap which saw him him posing on a beach with his four daughters Gia, Milania, Gabriella and Audriana.

Joe shared the video as a warning of what could happen if you bring up politics around the table at Thanksgiving

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Joe shared the video as a warning of what could happen if you bring up politics around the table at ThanksgivingCredit: Getty Images – Getty

Joe, 48, who last year separated from the mom to his children, wrote in the caption: “Forever my babies love them so much best daughters ♥️♥️♥️♥️.”

RHONJ favorite Teresa, also 48, was quick to mirror the wording with a series of four red heart Emoji icons of her own.

The former couple finalized their divorce in September, after 20 years of marriage.

The split came after Joe went to prison, alongside Teresa, for exaggerating their income, hiding increased assets and failing to file tax returns between 2004 and 2008.

Joe is living in Italy after being deported from the US

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Joe is living in Italy after being deported from the USCredit: Instagram

Joe served 41 months in jail for wire fraud and bankruptcy fraud charges, while Teresa only served 11 months.

Joe was later transferred to an ICE detention center, and was deported to Italy last October.

Teen Mom Leah Messer, RHONJ’s Joe Giudice, Lyssa Chapman and more share Thanksgiving preparation vids
The couple split after they were both convicted on fraud and bankruptcy charges

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The couple split after they were both convicted on fraud and bankruptcy chargesCredit: Getty – Contributor

He has been living in a small apartment in Salerno – where he grew up with his father – as he never officially became an American citizen.

Joe has recently welcomed daughters Gia and Milania to Italy, and took the pair on a tour of their grandpa’s old villa.

Meanwhile back in New Jersey, Teresa moved on with new man Louie Ruelas.

Her ex previously said he was “happy” the Bravo star had struck up a new relationship.

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