Peek Inside Teresa Giudice's Prison Memoir

It involves a lot of lesbian sex
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Feb 1, 2016 10:25 AM CST
Peek Inside Teresa Giudice's Prison Memoir
In this July 30, 2013, file photo, "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Teresa Giudice, 41, of Montville Township, NJ, walks out of court after an appearance in Newark, NJ.   (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)

Most people who get sent to prison for fraud don't come out of it with a book deal, but most people aren't Teresa Giudice. Yes, the Real Housewives of New Jersey star is out next week with a memoir of her year in prison, Turning the Tables [GET IT?!]: From Housewife to Inmate and Back Again, and as the New York Daily News reports, the book includes a lot of lesbian sex. Giudice, whose fellow inmates at the Danbury, Conn., prison called her "Hollywood," writes that so much lesbian sex happened in the room she shared with four other women that it was called "the Boom Boom Room." She first experienced it on the second day of her stay, just after saying her prayers for the evening, when she heard suspicious noises and looked over to see "two women ... writhing around."

Giudice also writes about what the Daily News will only describe as "unsettling shower escapades," among other things. In fact, as the News describes it, it seems much of the book is about sex in some fashion (Giudice did not, as other straight prisoners did, go "gay for the stay," but she did share some new sex positions she learned with her husband). But, of course, the tome also serves as a sort of prison style guide, explaining how Giudice found steals in the prison commissary (sunglasses for $5.20!), paid the prison seamstress extra to tailor her jailhouse clothes specifically for her, exercised up to six hours a day, and got massages, hair styling, and manicures from other inmates. Giudice is set to give her first interview since her release to Good Morning America on Feb. 9, reports. Hubby Joe, who bought Teresa a $90,000 Lexus as a welcome home gift, is due to start his own 41 months in prison in two months. (More from the memoir here.)

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