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RHONJ’s Nicole Napolitano on Teresa Giudice: “I Wish She Respected Our Family More”

Nicole Napolitano and Teresa Giudice on RHONJ

Jul. 18 2014, Published 1:05 p.m. ET

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It's not just a storyline on the show, it'a a major moment in Teresa Giudice's life: she could be going to jail. And while they aren't shying away from it on the show, it's certainly something that's got The Real Housewives of New Jersey and its viewers talking.

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When we caught up with the RHONJ ladies, we had to get their take on the serious stuff going on with the Giudice family. Check out the video above where Melissa Gorga details how "extremely hard" it is, especially on the adorable Giudice daughters. Dina Manzo wastes no time letting everyone know that she will not tolerate a single bad word spoken about Teresa and her family, which is a message that Nicole Napolitano maybe didn't get.

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She explains that because Teresa is going through so much family drama at the moment, she wishes she had been "a little more sensitive" and respected the family of her and her twin sister Teresa Aprea, saying that "words can really hurt." Yikes, it sounds like there's some can't-miss moments to come this season!

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The Real Housewives of New Jersey airs Sunday night at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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