Teresa Giudice’s BFF, Kim DePaola, On Jewelry Design Lawsuit: It’s BS — Exclusive

Posted on February 22nd, 2014 at 9:10 am


Kim DePaola of The Real Housewives of New Jersey is responding to a lawsuit claiming she copied someone else's jewelry designs, RumorFix is reporting exclusively.

Teresa Giudice's best friend is being sued for making a deal with Constantino Frangopolous to promote his designs on RHNOJ, but she allegedly started making and selling knockoffs of his designs.

Our Real Mr. Housewife caught up with Kim who tells RumorFix exclusively, "It's complete bulls**t! I never met this guy before in my life! He is going to find out real soon who the big boys are!"

She continued, "I have the most powerful attorney on the planet. I am suing for punitive damages."

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  • 4 Responses

    1. Nikki Lemigna says:

      She stole them. She doesn’t have to know him to see his designs & steal them She is hack & she looks like dude in drag. I hope she loses her case & they nail her for being a design stealing B.

    2. Michael says:

      Sounds almost exactly like the story about when Kelly Bensimon was accused of stealing partners Owl design jewelry. It’s also kinda like Lynne Curtain and Gretchen Rossi’s feud over both of them designing their own bag line on the RHOC. Like I’ve said a thousand times. Bravo and their Bravolebrities are running out of storylines to promote their shows and are repeating them.

    3. Luce Morales says:

      It’s not BS.

    4. Elaine Leirer says:

      Bravo pushes to have these woman make a product. Witness the Sonja Morgan toaster oven fiasco. These women are not real business entrepreneurs, they are fairly good appearing dim bulbs. The brainless Bravo people have limp ideas as to what these talentless ladies should produce, for the most part they are relying on the show to advertise the nothings these people create Witness the Countess’ music career. This is a venue that is over. Britanny was a cuisine person,Ramona was in the rag business, they did not rely on ideas from Bravo.

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