Teresa Giudice ‘hurt’ over Joe Gorga saying her marriage to Luis Ruelas won’t last

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Never go against the family.

Teresa Giudice is “hurt” by the “mean-spirited” remarks her brother, Joe Gorga, made at BravoCon 2022, in which he said her marriage to Luis Ruelas won’t last.

“That’s not my brother. Like, I don’t know who he is now, like, what kind of character he’s trying to play,” the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star, 50, says in an upcoming episode of her new podcast, “Namaste B$tches,” exclusively obtained by Page Six.

“I was hurt by it. Luis was hurt by it. I mean, as everyone saw, he did not come to my wedding,” she added. “That hurt us, and by what he just did at Bravocon, that’s very mean-spirited, very sad.”

Giudice was referencing Gorga, 43, and his wife, Melissa Gorga, appearing on a special episode of “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” that was filmed during BravoCon.

The Envy store owner was actually the one asked in one of the segments whether she thought that Giudice and Ruelas’ marriage would last longer than her husband’s standup comedy career.

Melissa, 43, refused to answer, but Joe stood up and proudly answered on her behalf, saying, “I’m gonna answer the question. My stand-up career, baby!”

The crowd and host Andy Cohen looked shocked over the real estate developer’s response.

Giudice added in the sneak peek clip of her podcast that she believes her brother was seeking attention at her expense.

“I just wish that he would stop talking about us to try to make himself relevant,” she said.


Giudice and Ruelas tied the knot in August.

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Giudice and Ruelas tied the knot in August.

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