There has been much discussion since Teresa Giudice decided to make a public apology to her Real Housewives of New Jersey cast members in an In Touch magazine. While Jacqueline Laurita bought the apology and ended up talking to Teresa on the telephone, Caroline didn't buy her apology as sincere. She didn't think Teresa meant her apology, and she was probably right. Jacqueline may be shocked to know that Teresa actually earned money by writing the apology letters, so that actually takes out much of the sincerity.
According to the Huffington Post, Teresa sold the apology letters to make money rather than keep the issues private. Sure, she has money problems, but she is essentially selling the drama to the public for money. The friendships don't mean much anymore. "Why send a private letter when you can have In Touch deliver the news to everyone," an editor has asked. Well, apparently the editor thought Teresa Giudice's apology was sincere and it doesn't matter that she got paid to do it.
However, her cast members may see the apology differently when they learn of the payment. She shouldn't have used a tabloid to issue an apology. Rather, she should have called the ladies up, gotten them together and stop fighting every thing they are saying about her.
Have you changed your opinion of the apology after learning she has gotten paid to pen the apologies? Do you think she would have done it without the price tag?