Melissa Gorga blamed Teresa Giudice’s husband, Luis Ruelas, for “manipulating” her on Tuesday’s episode of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey.”
“Listen, I see Luis for what he is,” Gorga, 43, said in a confessional. “He’s charming, but he’s also very manipulating.”
The “RHONJ” star was referring to Giudice, 50, previously reconciling with co-star Margaret Josephs but then later telling the “RHONJ” newbies that it was better to have Josephs, 55, as a “friend” than as an “enemy.”
“It’s so obvious that Luis told her to be good to Margaret. ‘Don’t f–k with Margaret, because we’re gonna need Margaret to stop telling all of the truth about us that’s what we’re gonna need,’” Gorga continued, referring to Josephs bringing up stories about Ruelas that surfaced last season.
Gorga even dubbed Giudice reaching out to Josephs to make amends as the “fakest s–t I’ve ever seen.”
“She hates f–king Margaret,” Gorga said while at a batting cage practice with Rachel and John Fuda, Frank Catania and his girlfriend Brittany Mattessic, and her husband, Joe Gorga.
“I don’t care what you say, what you say, what Teresa says, what Luis says, what Luis’ buddha says!” Melissa exclaimed.
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The Envy founder then concluded her vent session by circling it back to her and Joe’s strained relationship with Giudice.
“She can’t stand f–king Margaret, she can’t stand me, and she can’t stand him, and that’s a fact, and that’s why I’m not rolling with the whole fake f–king parade that’s been happening,” she said of Giudice’s newly found namaste mindset.
The Giudice family and the Gorga family have had a tumultuous relationship for years, but it hit an all-time low when Joe, Melissa and their kids ditched Giudice and Ruelas’ wedding last August.
Since then, the families have only continued to grow further apart and Teresa’s eldest daughter, Gia Giudice, recently publicly slammed her uncle, calling him an “opportunist.”
“The Real Housewives of New Jersey” airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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