Updated 08:35 AM EDT, Mon, Sep 16, 2019

Teresa Giudice Jersey Shore House Now Up for Grabs - Photos & Price Details Here

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Teresa Giudice is serving a 15-month prison time inside the Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury, Connecticut due to fraud charges, and she and her family are currently going through a rough patch adjusting.

"I miss Joe and my girls terribly, but we are going to get through this as a family one day at a time. We will be stronger because of this. Nothing can break us apart," the former reality star shared via her lawyer, the E! Online wrote.

But, the Bravo reality star, and her family, have one more thing to worry about. The Giudices have been reported to be confronted by financial woes as of late.

According to PerezHilton.com, the Jersey Shore house owned by the family is about to be auctioned off, and it will come at a starting bid of just a contemptible sum of $100. And, Teresa and her husband can do nothing about it, considering that they are cash strapped after the expensive legal battle, they have just gone through and eventually lost.

The pair acquired the 1,350-square-foot property for almost $350,000 back in 2005. They decided to sell the property before Teresa was incarcerated in an attempt to stave off foreclosure. It has five beds and two baths.

The "canal-front Manahawkin home," which was also featured in the reality show, will be auctioned on May 19 by the Ocean County Sheriff's Office, as per NJ.com. Check out some of the photos here.

Far from her glamorous lifestyle before serving jail time, Teresa is now trying to make the most out of her limited liberties inside prison. According to husband Joe, she is now into doing fitness activities like hitting the gym three times a day after every meal. She also attends spin classes and ab workouts.

"It's like a low-budget spa... she's getting pretty ripped up," Joe said of her wife tagged as Inmate No. 65703-050. Teresa also spends her free time watching TV shows like "Empire" and "Scandal" with her new friends.

The 42-year-old "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star is getting along with some of the new people around her, and taking steps toward the right direction, her attorney, James. J. Leonard Jr., says via the April issue of US Weekly. "Everyone I encounter -- from the inmates to the staff -- tell me the Teresa they have come to know is nothing like the Teresa they've seen on television."

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