“I’ve spoken to him. He’s doing great,” Gorga told us on Friday following the release of his book, “The Gorga Guide to Success” published by Light Hustle Publishing. “He’s really upset. Obviously, he’s not happy. He did his time and he’s at another facility right now. It’s not a nice place. Listen, he just wants to be home with his kids, his family. You know that’s it. I mean he’s very — he’s not a happy camper.”
On Thursday, Giudice, 46, was released from FCI Allenwood and transferred to the Clinton County Correctional Facility as he awaits a judge’s ruling on his deportation appeal. He was sentenced to 41 months in prison for fraud but only served 36 months.
“Imagine how you’re doing your time, you did your three years and now you gotta go through this nonsense,” Gorga added. “I get it. Listen he did something wrong. He got penalized for it. He did his time. He was good about it. He did it. You know, he’s got four little girls here. He married an American citizen. It’s not like he murdered or raped anybody. I mean, leave the guy alone you know. But I guess the law is the law.”
While he awaits his brother-in-law’s fate, Gorga, 39, is preparing for his first real estate seminar, “Grow with Gorga” on March 23.
“I’m just the Average Joe telling you my story and I’m going to tell you how to do it,” he told us. “My 24 years of experience and all my connections.”
“It’s not going to just be about boring real estate. We’re going to touch on real estate. I’m going to have all my inside people — like a lot of people think that, ‘Oh, I can’t get into real estate. I don’t have the money. You have money.’ That’s not the case. If you have a great idea or a great project the money is out there. People will fund you.”