The “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star was on controlled release following her detention for fraud could be in threat of violating her probation after she was unable to report two traffic violations as requisites, according to a law court filing.
In northern New Jersey last month, Teresa Giudice was ticketed for using her hand phone while on the road, and for making an illegal left turn in New York last September, according to the court records last month.
She was obliged to report any contacts with law enforcement to her probation officer within 72 hours, the filing signed by Supervising Probation Officer Donald Martenz Jr. said. It didn’t occur in either circumstance, according to Martenz’s written report.
Future refusal by Giudice “will result in the issuance of a violation petition,” stated in the document.
Giudice’s lawyer, James Leonard, didn’t instantaneously reply to a message seeking comment Monday.
Giudice spent nearly 12 months in jail and was freed on December 2015 after pleading guilty to bankruptcy scam. Her husband, Joe, is now serving a 41-month sentence for fraud and for not paying approximately $200,000 worth of taxes.