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    Im thinking I need to go. They are everywhere here. I was never interested in going in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cupcake View Post
    Im thinking I need to go. They are everywhere here. I was never interested in going in.
    For sure give it try, cupcake. I have two pair of flip flops that I bought two years ago and just love them. One is gold and the other copper and I got them both for under $10. I've bought their socks too and they last well. I was really snobby about shopping there until a co-worker came in wearing a pair of leather sandals that were just the bomb! When she said she'd gotten them at Payless, I couldn't believe it. At that time they had the BOGO sale and I bought six pair that I had for about three years with a lot of wear. As I said in the other post, the regular shoes suck. The styles are cute though.
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    Yeah I just assumed everything they had was low quality. The prices are pretty shocking. Thanks for the heads up.
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    It's called "BOGO", ladies. Buy One Get One half off... I used to pick up summer shoes there... still will snag some shoes for the kids for throw-down shoes.
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    I didn't think that this merited it's own thread...
    Danielle Staub -- Grilled Like a Cheeseburger
    Posted 9/15/2010 12:04 AM by TMZ Staff
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    Danielle Staub may actually be taping something that isn't scripted next month -- and it contains allegations of rape, gunplay and animal murder. TMZ has learned the former "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star is set to spill her guts in a videotaped deposition in her bitter legal war with her ex-husband Kevin Maher. As we previously reported, Maher is suing Staub for $5 million -- claiming she damaged his reputation by falsely claiming he killed her dog, raped her on a bed of broken glass and stuck a loaded gun into her genital region. Staub has denied ever making those claims in the first place -- and argued that Maher's reputation is already so damaged ... that she shouldn't have to fork over a dime.
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    “I mean look at them, they’re just amazing,” she says of her daughters, Gia, 9, Gabriella, 6, Milania, 5, and Audriana, 1. “They’re just so beautiful, and they make me happy. I live for being a mom.”
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    Except for the girl at the upper right (Gabriella), these are some fugly looking kids. Gabriella really dodged a bullet - she looks more like Joe's mother. And growing up with Teresa as their mom, it scares me to think how these kids will turn out.

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    Milania is the absolute UGLIEST child I may have EVAR seen!
    ETA, has she been coloring her kids' hair? seems like their hair was darker - except for Gabriela's.
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    Fuck, how did that cavewoman and those little trolls ever make it on the cover?
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    Those are some of the fugliest kids I've ever seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fgg View Post

    “I mean look at them, they’re just amazing,” she says of her daughters, Gia, 9, Gabriella, 6, Milania, 5, and Audriana, 1. “They’re just so beautiful, and they make me happy. I live for being a mom.”
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    More blurb from InTouch...

    In Touch Exclusive:
    Teresa's marriage crisis: "My kids saved me"



    For Teresa Giudice, the past few months have been the roughest of roller-coaster rides. Now a household name, thanks to her star-making turn on The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Teresa saw it all marred by the shock of learning that she and her husband, Joe, were $11 million in debt - and needed to file for bankruptcy. And as if her financial turmoil wasn't enough, the 37-year-old mom has, in recent weeks, been subject to a slew of insults and unsavory rumors - including talk that Joe has fathered a love child with her sister-in-law and an embarrassing article in Steppin' Out magazine, in which fellow Housewife - and arch-enemy - Danielle Staub compared her physically to "Cornelius from Planet of the Apes."

    Teresa admits that, emotionally, this has been the most difficult period of her life. "First the bankruptcy thing and then all the rumors," she tells In Touch in an exclusive interview. "It's like people have nothing better to do - it's pretty sad." But as upset as she's been by it all, Teresa remains strong. And she credits her four children with keeping her that way. "I mean look at them, they're just amazing," she says of her daughters, Gia, 9, Gabriella, 6, Milania, 5, and Audriana, 1. "They're just so beautiful, and they make me happy. I live for being a mom."

    Permalink | Posted: September 15, 2010

    And
    In Touch Exclusive Photos:
    Joe & Teresa in 1984




    Before she became a household name thanks to her star-making turn on The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Teresa was just your average Jersey girl. In the new issue of In Touch Weekly Teresa opens up about her whirlwind romance with childhood crush, Joe Giudice and shares never-before-seen photos from their family album.

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    ^ Is that her husband before he ballooned?
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    & before he lost his hair...
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    Default Bankruptcy papers..

    I've found these (finally!)
    UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICEOFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES TRUSTEE ROBERTA A. DeANGELIS
    UNITED STATES TRUSTEE, REGION 3
    Michael A. Artis, Esquire (MA 4024)
    Shining J. Hsu, Esquire (SH 9564)
    Robert J. Schneider (RS 0595)
    One Newark Center, Suite 2100
    Newark, NJ 07102
    Telephone: (973) 645-3014
    Fax: (973) 645-5993
    UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT
    DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY
    ______________________________
    :
    In re: : Chapter 7
    :
    Giuseppe Giudice and :
    Teresa Giudice, : Case No. 09-39032 (MS)
    :
    Debtors. :
    ______________________________:
    : Adversary No. ____________
    Roberta A. DeAngelis, :
    United States Trustee, :
    : The Honorable Morris Stern
    Plaintiff, :
    :
    v. :
    :
    Giuseppe Giudice and :
    Teresa Giudice, :
    :
    Defendants. :
    ______________________________:

    COMPLAINT OBJECTING TO DISCHARGERoberta A. DeAngelis, the United States Trustee, Region 3 (“UST”), having aCase 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main2JURISDICTION AND VENUE1. This is an adversary proceeding brought under 11 U.S.C. § 727(c) andFACTUAL BACKGROUNDThe Defendants’ Original Filings7. On October 29, 2009, the Defendants filed a voluntary petition for reliefCase 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main3Case 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main4Case 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main5The Defendants’ Initial Amendments27. In a letter dated November 18, 2009, that was mailed to John Sywilok,Case 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main6Case 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main7The Meeting of Creditors41. The meeting of creditors pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 341(a) (“Meeting ofThe Defendants’ Subsequent Amendments45. On January 8, 2010, the Defendants filed a second Amended Statement ofCase 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main8The Defendant Wife’s Rule 2004 Examination53. On April 23, 2010, an examination held pursuant to Federal Rule ofCase 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main9The Defendant Husband’s Rule 2004 Examination57. On April 23, April 30, and May 26, 2010, a Rule 2004 Examination wasCase 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main10Defendants’ Document Production Subsequent to the Rule 2004 Examinations62. The Defendant wife produced a Certificate of Formation from the State ofwww.tgfabulicious.com.Case 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main11FIRST COUNT72. The UST repeats and realleges each and every allegation contained inCase 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main12Case 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main13SECOND COUNT85. The UST repeats and realleges each and every allegation contained inCase 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main14Case 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main15THIRD COUNT98. The UST repeats and realleges each and every allegation contained inCase 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main16FOURTH COUNT106. The UST repeats and realleges each and every allegation contained inCase 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main17FIFTH COUNT113. The UST repeats and realleges each and every allegation contained inCase 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main18Case 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main19Case 09-39032-MS Doc 109 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc Main
    UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURTD
    post office address at One Newark Center, Suite 2100, Newark, NJ, 07102, by and
    through counsel, by way of complaint objecting to the discharge of Giuseppe Giudice and
    Teresa Giudice (“Defendants”), respectfully alleges as follows:
    Document Page 1 of 19
    Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 7001(4).
    2. This Court has jurisdiction over this matter pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 157
    and 1334.
    3. This is a core proceeding over which this Court has jurisdiction pursuant
    to 28 U.S.C. § 157(b)(2)(A) and (J).
    4. Venue is proper pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1409.
    5. The UST has standing to bring this complaint under 11 U.S.C. § 307 and
    28 U.S.C. § 586(a)(3).
    6. This complaint is timely filed as the original deadline for filing a
    complaint objecting to discharge was extended by order of this Court pursuant to Federal
    Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 4004(b) to March 1, 2010, then to May 3, 2010, and
    finally to September 3, 2010.
    under chapter 7 of title 11 of the United States Code, with accompanying Schedules,
    Statement of Financial Affairs, and other required documents.
    8. The Defendants disclosed three properties on Schedule A: their primary
    residence at 6 Indian Lane, Towaco, NJ, valued at $1.7 million; 86 Pine Brook Road,
    Lincoln Park, NJ, valued at $200,000; and 49 Sylvia Lane, Stafford, NJ, valued at
    $337,000.
    Document Page 2 of 19
    9. The Defendants disclosed interests in three businesses on Schedule B: 6
    Glenwood Avenue Associates, LLC; 168 South Clinton Street Associates, LLC; and 17
    Webster Place Associates, LLC.
    10. The Defendants did not disclose any bank accounts on Schedule B.
    11. The Defendants did not disclose any vehicles on Schedule B.
    12. The Defendants did not disclose any “other contingent and unliquidated
    claims of every nature” on Schedule B.
    13. The Defendants did not disclose any interest in “patents, copyrights, and
    other intellectual property” on Schedule B.
    14. The Defendants did not disclose any “other personal property of any kind
    not already listed” on Schedule B.
    15. The Defendants disclosed $6,127,454.51 in total unsecured debts on
    Schedule F.
    16. The Defendants stated on Schedule I that as of the petition date Defendant
    husband received $3,250 in gross monthly income as owner of G&G Stucco & Stone
    Specialist, Inc., plus an additional $10,000 in monthly assistance from family members.
    17. The Defendants further stated on Schedule I that as of the petition date
    Defendant wife was unemployed, but received $3,333.33 in monthly “income from
    Bravo.”
    18. Upon information and belief, Defendant wife is one of the stars of the
    reality television show “Real Housewives of New Jersey,” which has aired on the Bravo
    cable television network since May 2009.
    Document Page 3 of 19
    19. The Defendants indicated on Schedule I that as of the petition date they
    did not anticipate any increase in income within the year following the filing of their
    petition.
    20. The Defendants signed the Declaration Concerning Debtor’s Schedules
    attesting under penalty of perjury that the information contained in the Schedules was
    true and correct.
    21. The Defendants disclosed on their Statement of Financial Affairs that their
    gross income from employment, trade, profession, or operation of business totaled
    $575,000 in 2008, $598,000 in 2007, and $312,000 in 2006.
    22. The Defendants did not disclose on their Statement of Financial Affairs
    any year-to-date gross income for 2009.
    23. The Defendants did not disclose on their Statement of Financial Affairs
    any income other than from employment, trade, profession, or operation of business
    during the two years preceding the filing of their petition.
    24. The Defendants disclosed on their Statement of Financial Affairs interests
    in five businesses: 168-170 South Clinton Street Associates, LLC; 17 Webster Place
    Associates, LLC; 6 Glenwood Avenue Associates, LLC; G&G Realty Holding, Inc.; and
    G&G Stucco & Stone Specialist, Inc.
    25. The Defendants indicated on their Statement of Financial Affairs that,
    during the year preceding the filing of their petition, they made no gifts, incurred no
    losses, and transferred no assets outside of the ordinary course of business.
    Document Page 4 of 19
    26. The Defendants signed the statement at the end of the Statement of
    Financial Affairs attesting under penalty of perjury that the information contained in the
    Statement of Financial Affairs was true and correct.
    Esq., the panel trustee appointed in this case (the “Case Trustee”), and was also mailed to
    the Defendants’ attorney, counsel to secured creditor Wachovia Bank, N.A. raised several
    discrepancies in the Defendants’ Schedules and Statement of Financial Affairs.
    28. The discrepancies included, but were not limited to, the Defendants’
    failure to disclose ownership of 393 Lexington Avenue, Clifton, NJ and 399 Lexington
    Avenue, Clifton, NJ.
    29. On November 20, 2009, the Case Trustee sent a letter to the Defendants
    requesting copies of their federal tax returns for 2006, 2007, and 2008; documents related
    to all real property they owned; a list of their jewelry; 2007 and 2008 federal tax returns
    for the entities identified on the Schedules filed with the petition; copies of bank
    statements and cancelled checks for the Defendants’ bank accounts for the year leading
    up to the filing of the petition; a list of all cash payments exceeding $750 made during the
    year preceding the petition; copies of any contracts with Bravo Entertainment; and copies
    of paystubs from April through November 2009.
    30. Thereafter, on December 17, 2009, the Defendants amended several
    Schedules and their Statement of Financial Affairs.
    31. Amended Schedule A added the previously undisclosed properties at 393
    Lexington Avenue, Clifton, NJ and 399 Lexington Avenue, Clifton, NJ.
    Document Page 5 of 19
    32. Amended Schedule B added the Defendant husband’s previously
    undisclosed checking account at Community Bank of Bergen County with a balance of
    $1,000.
    33. Amended Schedule B added three businesses that were not disclosed on
    the initial Schedules: G&G Realty Holding, Inc.; G&G Stucco & Stone Specialist, Inc.;
    and 1576 Maple Avenue Associates, LLC.
    34. In addition, Amended Schedule B added three vehicles and a boat, which
    had not previously been disclosed: a 2007 Cadillac Escalade V-8; a 2005 Ford F350 Long
    Bed Truck; a Kawasaki Quad; and a 2004 Sea-DooBRP Sport Boat.
    35. Amended Schedule F increased the Defendants’ total unsecured debts to
    $7,165,832.43.
    36. Amended Schedule G added a previously undisclosed lease for a 2005
    Maserati Quattroporte.
    37. The Defendants amended Schedule I to disclose that as of the petition date
    Defendant wife had been employed for one month as an “Actress/TV Personality” by
    Sirens Media, LLC, with $7,083.33 in gross monthly income.
    38. The Defendants signed the Declaration Concerning Debtor’s Schedules
    attesting under penalty of perjury that the information contained in the Amended
    Schedules was true and correct.
    39. The Amended Statement of Financial Affairs added a previouslyundisclosed
    interest in a business named 1576 Maple Avenue Associates, LLC.
    Document Page 6 of 19
    40. The Defendants signed the statement at the end of the Amended Statement
    of Financial Affairs attesting under penalty of perjury that the information contained in
    the Amended Statement of Financial Affairs was true and correct.
    Creditors”) was held on December 23, 2009.
    42. The Defendants testified under oath that the information contained in the
    Petition, Schedules, and Statement of Financial Affairs filed as of that date was true and
    correct.
    43. The Defendant wife testified that she does not hold interests in any
    businesses.
    44. The Defendants testified regarding the contents of documents purported to
    be their 2006, 2007, and 2008 individual federal income tax returns, which had been
    submitted to the Case Trustee prior to the Meeting of Creditors.
    Financial Affairs which, contrary to the Defendants’ testimony at the Meeting of
    Creditors and the disclosures made in the initial and amended Statement of Financial
    Affairs, indicated that they had received no gross income from employment, trade,
    profession, or operation of a business, during the two years preceding the filing of their
    petition.
    Document Page 7 of 19
    46. The Defendants signed the statement at the end of the second Amended
    Statement of Financial Affairs attesting under penalty of perjury that the information
    contained in the second Amended Statement of Financial Affairs was true and correct.
    47. On March 2, 2010, the Defendants filed a second Amended Schedule F
    and a third Amended Statement of Financial Affairs.
    48. The Second Amended Schedule F increased the Defendants’ total
    unsecured debts to $7,192,723.47.
    49. Of the total unsecured debt listed on the second Amended Schedule F,
    $89,254.81 was attributable to consumer credit cards and store credit at Bloomingdale’s,
    Neiman Marcus, and Nordstrom.
    50. The Defendants signed the Declaration Concerning Debtor’s Schedules
    attesting under penalty of perjury that the information contained in the second Amended
    Schedule F was true and correct.
    51. The third Amended Statement of Financial Affairs made no changes to the
    Defendants’ disclosures regarding either the businesses they owned or their pre-petition
    business income.
    52. The Defendants signed the statement at the end of the third Amended
    Statement of Financial Affairs attesting under penalty of perjury that the information
    contained in the third Amended Statement of Financial Affairs was true and correct.
    Bankruptcy Procedure 2004 (“Rule 2004 Examination”) was conducted of the Defendant
    wife.
    Document Page 8 of 19
    54. The Defendant wife testified that she has a bank account with Lakeland
    Bank, and she is the only person with signature authority on that account.
    55. Defendant wife further testified that she owned a previously undisclosed
    business by the name of TG Fabulicious, LLC, of which she is the sole member.
    56. The Defendant wife also testified that she had a previously undisclosed
    deal with Hyperion, an imprint of Buena Vista Books, Inc., to publish a previously
    undisclosed cookbook titled “Skinny Italian.”
    conducted of the Defendant husband.
    58. The Defendant husband testified that prior to his employment with G&G
    Stucco & Stone Specialist, Inc., for a three- to four-year period beginning in 2005 he
    withdrew funds from his LLCs as needed.
    59. The Defendant husband affirmed his signature on a mortgage application
    dated July 23, 2008, which indicated that he received $54,269 in monthly income from
    “G&G Stucco & Stone.”
    60. The Defendant husband testified that the IRS informed him “three or four
    or five months ago” that the purported 2006, 2007, and 2008 individual income tax
    returns, which had previously been presented to the Case Trustee, were never actually
    filed.
    61. The Defendant husband also testified that he was the sole member of a
    previously undisclosed business named 1601 Maple Avenue Associates, LLC, which
    Document Page 9 of 19
    owns a parcel of real estate in Hillside, NJ, and collects rents from two commercial
    businesses operating at that location.
    New Jersey Department of the Treasury indicating that a business named TG Fabalicious,
    LLC, was incorporated on April 20, 2009, with the only member listed as Teresa Giudice.
    63. A Business Entity Amendment Filing with the State of New Jersey
    Division of Revenue on June 5, 2009, amended the business’s name to TG Fabulicious,
    LLC.
    64. Upon information and belief, TG Fabulicious, LLC operates an online
    boutique that sells fashion items on a website entitled
    65. The Defendant wife produced Lakeland Bank account statements in the
    name of TG Fabalicious, LLC, for the period April 21, 2009, to January 29, 2010.
    66. The Lakeland Bank account statements reveal deposits of $106,819.90
    during the period April 21, 2009, to October 31, 2009, and $105,887.04 in debit card
    purchases, checks, and other deductions during the same period.
    67. The Lakeland Bank account statements also reveal deposits of
    $192,620.90 during the three months after the filing of the Defendants’ petition.
    68. Upon information and belief, the Defendant wife uses the Lakeland Bank
    account as her own personal account, and commingles moneys she receives from TG
    Fabulicious, LLC’s sales with moneys she receives from other sources.
    69. The Defendants also produced a book contract between Hyperion and the
    Defendant wife, pursuant to which the Defendant wife was to receive an initial advance
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    of $250,000, an additional advance of $30,000, and royalties based on sales of her
    cookbook.
    70. The Defendant wife’s contract with Hyperion was dated October 22, 2009,
    approximately one week prior to the petition date, and was signed by the Defendant wife
    on November 18, 2009.
    71. To date, the Defendants have not filed amended schedules that disclose the
    existence of the book “Skinny Italian,” the publishing deal with Hyperion, Defendant
    wife’s ownership of TG Fabulicious, LLC, or Defendant husband’s ownership of 1601
    Maple Avenue Associates, LLC.
    OBJECTION TO DISCHARGE UNDER 11 U.S.C. § 727(a)(4)(A)
    FOR KNOWINGLY AND FRAUDULENTLY MAKING A
    FALSE OATH OR ACCOUNT
    paragraphs 1 through 71 as if set forth herein at length.
    73. The Defendants signed statements attesting, under penalty of perjury, that
    the information on the Petition, Schedules, and Statement of Financial Affairs was true
    and correct.
    74. The Defendants testified at their Meeting of Creditors and their Rule 2004
    Examinations under penalty of perjury.
    75. The original Schedule B, which the Defendants attested under penalty of
    perjury was true and correct, failed to disclose Defendant husband’s bank account, two
    pieces of real property, the Defendants’ vehicles, the Defendant wife’s pending book
    Document Page 11 of 19
    deal, and certain business interests including TG Fabulicious, LLC and 1601 Maple
    Avenue Associates, LLC.
    76. The original Schedule I, which the Defendants attested under penalty of
    perjury was true and correct, stated that Defendant wife was unemployed with no
    likelihood of an increase in income in the near future, and understated her true income.
    77. The Defendants knew that the information contained in their originallyfiled
    Schedules and Statement of Financial Affairs was not true and correct.
    78. Even after multiple amendments to their Schedules and Statement of
    Financial Affairs, the Defendants still have not filed any amendments disclosing the
    existence of the book “Skinny Italian,” the Defendant wife’s publishing deal with
    Hyperion, the Defendant wife’s interest in TG Fabulicious, LLC, and the Defendant
    husband’s interest in 1601 Maple Avenue Associates, LLC.
    79. The Defendant wife testified at the Meeting of Creditors that she does not
    have any interests in any businesses, which was a false oath in light of her subsequent
    disclosure of her ownership of TG Fabulicious, LLC.
    80. The Defendant husband testified at the Meeting of Creditors that the
    filings with the Court had disclosed all of his business interests, which was a false oath in
    light of his subsequent disclosure of his interest in 1601 Maple Avenue Associates, LLC.
    81. The Defendants’ initial and amended Schedule I indicated that the
    Defendant wife had no income on the petition date other than income from Sirens Media,
    which was a false oath in light of documents indicating that she had pre-petition income
    from operations of TG Fabulicious, LLC.
    Document Page 12 of 19
    82. The Defendants intentionally did not disclose the existence of the
    undisclosed assets in order to conceal their existence from creditors and the Case Trustee.
    83. As a result, the Defendants have knowingly and fraudulently made false
    oaths in this case in the form of false statements on sworn documents filed with the Court
    and false sworn testimony provided at the Meeting of Creditors.
    84. Wherefore, the UST respectfully requests that this Court enter judgment
    denying the Defendants’ discharge under 11 U.S.C. § 727(a)(4)(A) and providing for
    such other relief as is just.
    OBJECTION TO DISCHARGE UNDER 11 U.S.C. § 727(a)(2)(A) FOR
    TRANSFERRING, REMOVING, DESTROYING, MUTILATING, OR
    CONCEALING, WITH INTENT TO HINDER, DELAY, OR DEFRAUD
    CREDITORS OR THE CASE TRUSTEE, PROPERTY OF THE DEFENDANTS
    WITHIN ONE YEAR BEFORE THE DATE OF FILING THE PETITION
    paragraphs 1 through 84 as if set forth herein at length.
    86. The contract between Defendant wife and Hyperion indicates that, during
    the year preceding the filing of the petition, the Defendant wife was in negotiation of a
    book publishing deal for which she was to receive a $250,000 initial advance, a $30,000
    additional advance, and royalties based on sales of her cookbook “Skinny Italian.”
    87. Neither the Defendant wife’s cookbook nor the deal to publish it was
    disclosed in any filings with the Court or in her testimony at the Meeting of Creditors.
    88. The certificate of formation and Lakeland Bank statements for TG
    Fabulicious, LLC indicate that, during the year preceding the filing of the petition, the
    Document Page 13 of 19
    Defendant wife owned and operated a business that had a bank account into which over
    $100,000 was deposited in the six months preceding the petition.
    89. Upon information and belief, money received during the year preceding
    the petition by Defendant wife from several sources was transferred to the TG
    Fabulicious, LLC Lakeland Bank account and commingled with other funds to the extent
    that it is impossible to separate property of Defendant wife from property of TG
    Fabulicious, LLC.
    90. Neither the Defendant wife’s interest in TG Fabulicious, LLC, the
    Lakeland Bank account of TG Fabulicious, LLC, nor the income derived from TG
    Fabulicious, LLC were disclosed in any filings with the Court or in her testimony at the
    Meeting of Creditors.
    91. The Defendant husband testified at his Rule 2004 Examination that he is
    the sole member of 1601 Maple Avenue Associates, LLC.
    92. Upon information and belief, 1601 Maple Avenue Associates, LLC had
    income during the year preceding the filing of the Defendants’ petition.
    93. Neither the Defendant husband’s interest in 1601 Maple Avenue
    Associates, LLC nor any income derived from its operations was disclosed in any filings
    with the Court or in his testimony at the Meeting of Creditors.
    94. The Defendants knew of the existence of the cash and assets they failed to
    disclose, yet they knowingly and fraudulently failed to disclose them on their Schedules
    and amendments thereto, Statement of Financial Affairs and amendments thereto, and
    testimony at the Meeting of Creditors.
    Document Page 14 of 19
    95. The Defendants intentionally did not disclose the existence of the
    undisclosed assets in order to conceal their existence from creditors and the Case Trustee.
    96. As a result, the Defendants transferred, removed, destroyed, mutilated, or
    concealed, with intent to hinder, delay, or defraud creditors or the Case Trustee, property
    of the Defendants within one year before the date of filing of the petition.
    97. Wherefore, the UST respectfully requests that this Court enter judgment
    denying the Defendants’ discharge under 11 U.S.C. § 727(a)(2)(A) and providing for
    such other relief as is just.
    OBJECTION TO DISCHARGE UNDER 11 U.S.C. § 727(a)(2)(B)
    FOR TRANSFERRING, REMOVING, DESTROYING, MUTILATING,
    OR CONCEALING, WITH INTENT TO HINDER, DELAY, OR
    DEFRAUD CREDITORS OR THE CASE TRUSTEE, PROPERTY
    OF THE ESTATE AFTER FILING OF THE PETITION
    paragraphs 1 through 97 as if set forth herein at length.
    99. Since the petition was filed, the book publishing deal with Hyperion was
    signed, the cookbook “Skinny Italian” was released, and, upon information and belief, the
    initial $250,000 advance was paid to the Defendant wife.
    100. In addition, the Lakeland Bank account statements produced by the
    Defendants reveal that TG Fabulicious, LLC had total deposits of over $190,000 during
    the first three months after the petition was filed.
    101. Upon information and belief, the book “Skinny Italian,” the Hyperion
    book deal, TG Fabulicious, LLC, and 1601 Maple Avenue Associates, LLC are valuable
    estate assets.
    Document Page 15 of 19
    102. The Defendants knew of the existence of these assets as of the petition
    date, yet they knowingly and fraudulently failed to disclose them on their Schedules and
    amendments thereto, Statement of Financial Affairs and amendments thereto, and
    testimony at the Meeting of Creditors.
    103. The Defendants intentionally did not disclose the existence of the
    undisclosed assets in order to conceal their existence from creditors and the Case Trustee.
    104. As a result, the Defendants transferred, removed, destroyed, mutilated, or
    concealed, with intent to hinder, delay, or defraud creditors or the Case Trustee, valuable
    property of the estate after the date of the filing of the petition.
    105. Wherefore, the UST respectfully requests that this Court enter judgment
    denying the Defendants’ discharge under 11 U.S.C. § 727(a)(2)(B) and providing for
    such other relief as is just.
    OBJECTION TO DISCHARGE UNDER 11 U.S.C. § 727(a)(3) FOR
    CONCEALING, DESTROYING, MUTILATING, FALSIFYING, OR FAILING
    TO KEEP OR PRESERVE RECORDED INFORMATION, INCLUDING BOOKS,
    RECORDS, AND PAPERS, FROM WHICH THE DEFENDANTS’ FINANCIAL
    CONDITION OR BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS MIGHT BE ASCERTAINED
    paragraphs 1 through 105 as if set forth herein at length.
    107. The Defendants presented documents to the Case Trustee that purported to
    be their 2006, 2007, and 2008 individual income tax returns.
    108. However, upon information and belief, the Defendants have not filed
    individual income tax returns for several years.
    Document Page 16 of 19
    109. In addition, the Defendants have not produced financial statements and
    bank statements for 1601 Maple Avenue Associates, LLC.
    110. Furthermore, the Lakeland Bank account documents provided to date
    indicate that the Defendant wife commingles funds from several sources, making it
    impossible to separate the Defendant wife’s financial activities from those of TG
    Fabulicious, LLC.
    111. As a result, the Defendants have concealed, destroyed, mutilated, falsified,
    or failed to keep or preserve recorded information from which their financial condition or
    business transactions might be ascertained.
    112. Wherefore, the UST respectfully requests that this Court enter judgment
    denying the Defendants’ discharge under 11 U.S.C. § 727(a)(3) and providing for such
    other relief as is just.
    OBJECTION TO DISCHARGE UNDER 11 U.S.C. § 727(a)(5) FOR FAILURE TO
    EXPLAIN SATISFACTORILY ANY LOSS OF ASSETS OR DEFICIENCY OF
    ASSETS TO MEET DEFENDANTS’ LIABILITIES
    paragraphs 1 through 112 as if set forth herein at length.
    114. The Defendants’ Schedule F, as amended, reveals over $89,000 in credit
    card debt.
    115. Schedule B, as amended, disclosed only $1,000 in the Defendant
    husband’s checking account, as well as household goods, furnishings, clothing, and
    jewelry totaling only $24,550.
    Document Page 17 of 19
    116. The Statement of Financial Affairs, as amended, did not disclose any gifts,
    losses, or transfers of assets during the year preceding the filing of the petition.
    117. As a result, the Defendants have failed to explain satisfactorily why all of
    the cash and assets obtained by the Defendants from their credit cards are not now
    available to meet the Defendants’ liabilities.
    118. In addition, upon information and belief, most of the $106,819.90
    deposited into TG Fabulicious, LLC’s Lakeland Bank pre-petition was received by the
    Defendant wife in her personal capacity, and was not derived from the sales of TG
    Fabulicious merchandise.
    119. The Defendants have not satisfactorily explained why the money received
    by the Defendant wife under her contract with Bravo, through her operation of TG
    Fabulicious, LLC, and other sources over the past several years is not available to meet
    the Defendants’ liabilities.
    120. Also, as of the petition date, the Defendant husband operated at least seven
    businesses, one of which was a stucco and stone contractor and the rest of which owned
    rental properties with paying retail and residential tenants.
    121. The Defendant husband testified at his Rule 2004 Examination that he
    withdrew funds from his businesses as needed.
    122. The Defendant husband affirmed his signature on a 2008 document which
    indicated that he received $54,269 in monthly income from his stucco and stone
    contractor business.
    Document Page 18 of 19
    123. Upon information and belief, the operation of the Defendant husband’s
    businesses generated considerable amounts of money over the past several years, some
    portion of which was received by the Defendants.
    124. The Defendants have not satisfactorily explained why the money
    generated from the operation of the Defendant husband’s businesses is not available to
    meet the Defendants’ liabilities.
    125. Wherefore, the UST respectfully requests that this Court enter judgment
    denying the Defendants’ discharge under 11 U.S.C. § 727(a)(5) and providing for such
    other relief as is just.
    Respectfully submitted,
    ROBERTA A. DeANGELIS
    UNITED STATES TRUSTEE
    REGION 3
    By: /s/ Michael A. Artis
    Michael A. Artis
    Trial Attorney
    /s/ Shining J. Hsu
    Shining J. Hsu
    Trial Attorney
    /s/ Robert J. Schneider
    Robert J. Schneider
    Trial Attorney
    Dated: September 2, 2010
    Document Page 19 of 19
    ISTRICT OF NEW JERSEYIInn tthhee maatttteerr ooff:: Caassee Noo..SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF PRETRIAL CONFERENCEYOU ARE SUMMONED and required to submit a motion or answer to the complaint which is attachedIF YOU FAIL TO RESPOND TO THIS SUMMONS, YOUR FAILURE WILL BE DEEMED TO BE YOUR______________________________________MEDIATION OF ALL DISPUTES IS ENCOURAGED AND IS AVAILABLE PURSUANT TO D.N.J. LBR 9019-2. THECase 09-39032-MS Doc 109-1 Filed 09/02/10 Entered 09/02/10 18:05:51 Desc
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    IN AN ADVERSARY PROCEEDING
    to this summons to the clerk of the bankruptcy court within 30 days after the date of issuance of this
    summons, except that the United States and its offices and agencies shall submit a motion or answer
    to the complaint within 35 days.
    Address of Clerk
    At the same time, you must also serve a copy of the motion or answer upon the plaintiff’s attorney.
    Name and Address of Plaintiff’s Attorney
    If you make a motion, your time to answer is governed by Bankruptcy Rule 7012.
    YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a pretrial conference of the proceeding commenced by the filing of the
    complaint will be held at the following time and place.
    Address Room
    _________________________
    Date and Time
    CONSENT TO ENTRY OF A JUDGMENT BY THE BANKRUPTCY COURT AND JUDGMENT BY
    DEFAULT MAY BE TAKEN AGAINST YOU FOR THE RELIEF DEMANDED IN THE COMPLAINT.
    Clerk of the Bankruptcy Court
    ___________________________________ By: ______________________________________
    Date Deputy Clerk
    PRACTITIONER’S GUIDE TO THE MEDIATION PROCESS IS AVAILABLE IN THE BANKRUPTCY COURT CLERK’S
    OFFICE AND IN EACH COURTROOM. THE GUIDE CONTAINS AN OVERVIEW OF THE MEDIATION PROCESS,
    SAMPLE FORMS, THE REGISTER OF MEDIATORS AND APPLICABLE LOCAL RULES.
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    JULY 15--A court-appointed trustee has accused the bankrupt star of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" reality TV show of lying under oath about her financial condition, concealing documents, and failing to disclose her interest in several businesses. As such, Teresa Giudice (and her husband Giuseppe) should not have their case formally discharged, according to a U.S. Bankruptcy Court complaint filed by lawyer John Sywilok, who was appointed to oversee the Chapter 7 action.
    In his filing, a copy of which you'll find at left, Sywilok alleges that the Giudices "have made false oaths" with regard to their income, expenses, and assets. Additionally, the trustee alleges that the couple has "concealed documents, records and papers" that would allow him to ascertain their true financial condition. The duo, Sywilok contends, have sought to hide their interests in several businesses, including a clothing company, pizza parlor, and laundromat. Giudice even allegedly failed to disclose her interest in a cookbook she recently authored.
    The Sywilok complaint--an "adversary proceeding"--aims to keep the Giudices from sheltering assets that would normally be liquidated, with the proceeds going to their creditors. The Giudices cited $11 million in debts when they sought bankruptcy protection last October. (5 pages)
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    August 10, 2010
    Appraisal: All That Teresa Giudice Household Junk Worth Just $51,000



    The upcoming fire sale of the belongings of that bankrupt “Real Housewives of New Jersey” woman is expected to net a measly $51,000, which won’t leave much of a dent in the $11 million in debt she has piled up with her husband.
    An appraisal filed yesterday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court attaches a “forced sale value” to home furnishings that will soon be the former property of Teresa Giudice and her husband Giuseppe. The document--a PDF of which can be downloaded here--is a testament to the steep depreciation of gaudy items purchased in Essex County’s finest shops.
    The big ticket items included in appraiser Alan Atkins’s report are a Sea Doo boat ($7500), a Wolf gas range ($3000), and a tool collection ($2500).
    But the bulk of the Giudice estate is rather mundane: appliances, TVs, costume jewelry, and all sorts of tacky furniture, like the “Faux Marble Top Credenza, Half-Round, with Scrolled Base” pictured at right (Atkins valued that horror at $135).
    Sadly, a “Framed Family Portrait” from the back foyer of the couple’s Towaco, New Jersey McMansion is not for sale. Ditto the 2005 Maserati Quattroporte, which is leased.
    The Giudice auction is scheduled for August 22.
    http://www.thesmokinggun.com/buster/...rth-just-51000
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