Teresa, Joe Giudice Celebrate Daughter Gia's Cheerleading Win After Pleading Guilty to Fraud Charges: Pictures

Celebrity Moms Mar. 9, 2014 AT 4:00PM
Teresa, Gia, and Joe Giudice Teresa and Joe Giudice support their daughter Gia Giudice at her cheerleading competition. Credit: Courtesy of Teresa Giudice

The Giudice family is currently dealing with serious money fraud charges, but that hasn't stopped parents Teresa and Joe Giudice from supporting their four growing girls. 

Less than a week after pleading guilty to fraud charges in court, the Real Housewives of New Jersey stars attended their eldest daughter Gia's cheerleading competition in New Jersey. 

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The 13-year-old and her team took home the first place trophy and the title of Grand Champions and her parents couldn't be more excited. 

"1st place Winners Congrats… Mommy & Daddy Love you @TrueGia," Teresa captioned a photo with her hubby and little girl. 

Teresa Giudice poses with her oldest daughter Gia and younger daughter Audriana.
Teresa Giudice poses with her oldest daughter Gia and younger daughter Audriana.
Credit: Courtesy of Teresa Giudice

And it looks like cheering runs in the family. Earlier in the day, Teresa's 8-year-old daughter Milania participated in another cheering competition and had support from her uncle Joe Gorga

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"Milania with my brother at her cheer competition," Tre captioned the cute family photo. 

Teresa and her brother haven't always gotten along. The cookbook writer has clashed with Joe's wife Melissa Gorga numerous times on the Bravo reality show, but in the wake of the Giudice's serious charges, the family seems to have come together to support one another. 

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Joe Giudice's lawyer Miles Feinstein recently told Us Weekly that he's hopeful that Teresa could get off with probation and no jail time, but he's less optimistic when it comes to his client. 

"The great likelihood is that Joe will get some jail time," he told Us. "There's no doubt about it. It's just a matter of how long." 

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