A Group Hug and 4 Other Shocking Surprises From the Final RHONJ Reunion

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Pinterest The second part of the two-part Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion on Sunday ended in an unexpected group hug between Teresa Giudice, Jacqueline Laurita, Melissa Gorga, Siggy Flicker and Dolores Catania. But before the ladies could get there, they had to come to a truce surrounding the bitter feud between Laurita and her former friends, Giudice and Gorga. Here’s how they handled that — and four other major moments from the season 7 conclusion. 1. Giudice doubled down on her claims that Laurita had called the feds on her The first part of the RHONJ reunion ended with Giudice dropping the bombshell claim that Laurita and RHONJ alum Caroline Manzo were behind the government’s investigation into her family’s finances — a case that sent both the Turning Tables author and her husband Joe to jail. So it only made sense for Sunday’s reunion to pick up right there. “She was definitely dabbling in it,” Giudice said, of Laurita. “She was speaking to people, getting information, that maybe those certain people then went to the feds.” “Jacqueline’s an investigator,” Giudice’s sister-in-law Gorga added. “You talk to a lot of people. And so that’s why she feels this way. She’s not saying you caused her to go.” Laurita continued to deny the allegation, claiming “the investigation started way before when we were friends.” But it was her husband Chris who actually shed some light on why Teresa might have pointed her finger towards Jacqueline. RELATED VIDEO: Real Housewives of New Jersey Newbies Siggy Flicker and Dolores Catania Open Up About Jacqueline Laurita and Teresa Giudice Feud He explained that a real estate dispute occurred between Joe Giudice and an unnamed third party, and that that man had threatened to go to the feds. Attempting to mediate, Chris said he spoke with a mutual friend who relayed the message to Joe. But Joe allegedly refused to meet with the man to solve the dispute. ‘I said, ‘I want nothing to do with this,’ ” Chris explained. “My wife had nothing to do with it.” But Teresa and her brother Joe Gorga stood true to their story — and explained that when Teresa left prison, they had heard Jacqueline was involved in informing their informant. “I feel like your wife was involved, speaking to him,” said Teresa. “She has a lot of people...

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