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‘RHONJ’ Footage Shows Teresa Giudice Encouraged Danielle Staub To Attack Margaret Josephs

‘RHONJ’ Footage Shows Teresa Giudice Encouraged Danielle Staub To Attack Margaret Josephs

Danielle Staub may have quit The Real Housewives of New Jersey publicly a few weeks ago but the drama surrounding her exit is only just making its way to the show.

On last night’s all-new episode of RHONJ, the episode ended with footage that seems to show that Teresa Giudice encouraged Danielle to attack Margaret Josephs during that infamous shopping trip a few weeks ago.

Melissa Gorga sat down with Danielle on last night’s episode and in an awkward scene, attempted to explain to her that the other women no longer want to be around her, therefore effectively putting an end to her time on the show.

Danielle, seemingly aware that she was on the outs, then proceeded to throw Teresa under the bus, telling Melissa that she only pulled Margaret’s hair because she was told to by Teresa.

According to a report from PEOPLE, the drama that was started in the last few minutes of the episode will carry us into next week’s season 10 finale. Viewers were shown a quick preview last night and it looks like Teresa isn’t at all happy after finding out what Danielle has been saying behind her back.

The thing is, even if Teresa did tell Danielle to pull Margaret’s hair – and it does look like that from the footage – it shouldn’t even matter to fans or the other women, for that matter.

While it may not be the most mature thing for Teresa to have done, viewers, and the Housewives, should remember that this drama really is between Danielle and Margaret and pulling Teresa into it is simply a distraction tactic.

The Real Housewives of New Jersey finale airs Wednesday, February 26 on Bravo.


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