Teresa Giudice’s BFF Goes on Twitter Rant Against Bravo

Real Housewives of New Jersey

Teresa Giudice’s BFF Goes on Twitter Rant Against Bravo

Let's be honest: When it comes to the Real Housewives of New Jersey, Teresa Giudice definitely wins the crazy-pants award. It seems that every ounce of drama on the show is somehow connected to Tre or eventually leads back to her. Her sister-in-law Melissa Gorga may not always have her back, but her bestie, Heather MacLean, is coming to Teresa's defense, and she is taking her frustration out on Bravo.

The bestselling author went on a Twitter rampage about the horrors of reality television after this week's episode of RHoNJ aired.

"I know everyone gets a shitty edit now & then, but no one on the planet has been punished for it in real life like the Giudices," Heather ranted, adding, "But to constantly give such an unfair, biased, untrue edit to Teresa & Joe is unconscionable. Your lies are hurting their REAL LIFE."

In particular, she was just as angry as Teresa was that Bravo chose not to air the full horse whisperer segment from this week's Miraval episode. Apparently, Teresa did end up getting the horse to lift its leg, but since that part wasn't shown, everyone thinks Teresa "failed." And, Heather isn't very impressed with the fact that Melissa is playing along with Bravo's game.

"Wait, so Teresa did triumph with the horse, Melissa knows this, but tweets that she didn't take it seriously? Why lie? WHY? Just to hurt T?" she wonders out loud.

Heather goes on to talk about how fake reality TV actually is and how producers will "trap you" and "own you."

"Word to the wise: do not ever sign a contract to appear on reality TV. I know from personal experience since I did. Worst idea ever," Heather warns.

Do you think Heather is right? Check out her full rant on her Twitter page and tell us your opinion.

09.4.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Maria Valiente
Related: Real Housewives of New Jersey, Gossip, News, Teresa Giudice

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