Teresa Giudice from The Real Housewives of New Jersey has been making less than favorable headlines after she decided to sell her apology story to In Touch magazine. Her costars didn't take the story too seriously and didn't think the apology was genuine, especially after they learned she earned several thousands from selling the story. In addition, the story didn't seem to change Teresa much, as if the apology didn't mean much to her.
While her costars didn't buy the apology, her fans thought she did the right thing. Not only did she apologize to her The Real Housewives of New Jersey costars, but she also made it known to the public how she feltÂ—and she made some money to support her family and daughters. Well, Wetpaint Entertainment did a poll to see how fans took her apology and fans seem to be split. One can assume that the fans are split in terms of being supporters and being haters.
45.99% believe that Teresa Giudice should sell her stories to tabloids if she makes money for it. This percentage can't see the harm in selling stories for money. These fans are probably her supporters, who know how she needs money. 54.01% of fans don't think it is wise for her to sell stories to the tabloids, because it is in poor taste. Of course, these fans probably don't support Teresa too much, and some could even be indifferent.
Do you think Teresa is doing the right thing selling stories for money or should she stop if she wants to make up with Jacqueline, Caroline and Melissa?