New Real Housewives of New Jersey Come With Legal Woes — Report
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New Real Housewives of New Jersey Come With Legal Woes — Report

It looks like Teresa Giudice won't be the only one on The Real Housewives of New Jersey carrying legal baggage. According to RadarOnline.com, two of the rumored new additions to the cast, twin sisters Nicole and Teresa Napolitano, also have a heavy history of legal woes that still haunt them today. Here's what the website claimed.

"In 2012, Nicole — whose married name is Mauriello — faced a lawsuit from Advanced Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute which alleged she hadn’t paid an outstanding medical bill of $1599.52. She was ordered to pay a total of $1,882.72 which included court fees. What’s more, we’ve learned she has since defaulted on $557.86 of the total amount, which resulted in a levy being filed against her bank account last February," the site reports.

As far as her sister, Teresa, goes, Radar writes, "She was sued by her credit card company, Capital One, in 2010 for an unpaid charge of $1,702.08. Teresa entered into a 'Stipulation of Settlement' with the organization in October 2010, agreeing to pay $1,392.44, less than the whole amount she owed. But according to the documents, the soon-to-be reality star only paid $850.00 and when she defaulted on the rest, the total she owed increased to another $1.094.19."

We've yet to get confirmation that these ladies are definitely joining the show during Season 6, but Jacqueline Laurita's inside info seems to line up nicely.

"There's two twin Italian girls — Teresa and Nicole — and then a girl named Amber," she tolds Us Weekly, the third name referring to their friend, Amber Marchese.

We'll just have to wait and see!

Are you surprised to learn about the Napolitano sisters' legal probs? Sound off below!

Sources: RadarOnline.com