Filed under: Wealth
The Giudices were in court to try and convince a Newark federal bankruptcy judge to stop the August 22 auction of the contents of their Towaco home.A.J. Willner Auctions is running the auction which includes a Schaefer & Sons Grand Piano, a Wolf stainless steel range, a six-foot Satsuma temple urn, plenty of ornate furniture including both a pool table and a poker table, a suit of armor, chandeliers and sconces, framed paintings and a Sea-Doo Bombardier jet boat. The auction has been postponed until October 3.
The Post reports that even the Giudices' lawyer was hard-pressed to defend Mrs. Giudice's profligate ways. Judge Morris Stern acknowledged that the spending was "a lifestyle choice" but also said "it's not for this court to tell people how to spend their money." Too bad, clearly someone needs to; perhaps a visit to Debtors Anonymous is in order.