Teresa GiudiceThe girl’s new husband is causing a fever on social networks for being accused of buying fake goods Cartier bracelets for my daughter!! But maybe that’s not what’s really going on??
Early TikTok and Instagram in the past few days, Luis Ruelas was accused of buying a fake Cartier bracelet for Real Housewives of New Jersey star girls. Fans are adamant that the bracelets are fake after noticing an inconsistency in the packaging. Followers caught this for the first time after 21 years old Gia Giudice and her 16 year old sister Giudice Milania The two revealed the supposedly expensive gifts on social media earlier this week.
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Back on Monday, Milania took to TikTok to reveal her Christmas trip. As you can see (below), her long list of gifts includes the aforementioned Cartier bracelet from Luis:
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Gia also took to social media to show off the Christmas items she bought.
But then the keen-eyed fans started to notice something was wrong with the way the gifts were given! As you can see (below), one IG account ripped Gia’s video and questioned the bracelet’s layout:
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The account then compared it to another box of Cartier bracelets and attempted to document the difference between what the Giudice girls appear to have and what is clearly the authentic version:
And another eagle-eyed TikToker also called out Luis for allegedly buying fake Christmas presents. In an in-depth video on this issue, user @krissyballs said on camera:
“So we all heard that Luis bought a Cartier bracelet for Teresa’s five girls. But I’ve had a few people send this to me and I just need to know. … Do we really think Luis could drop $12,000 on one of them, let alone five? To anyone who is going to argue with me in the comments that this is indeed real, please enjoy. The embossed logo is off-center and very large. Cartier never will, but Carti-air will. And the inside of the box is as old as a floor-style couch at Bob’s Discount Furniture. Not to mention the bracelet looks like a chain link fence piece. I hate to burst love bubbles again, but someone has to be.
For the record, Teresa has four daughters – not five – but OK. The rest is interesting tho!!
You can check out her full video pointing to the box’s alleged incorrect embossed logo and more (below):
There are scams and then there are scams. This is this??? ???? #rhonj #teresagiudice #Iouieruelas #realhousewivesofnewjersey #CODSquadUp
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So that’s a lot! to put on!
Fans also took the opportunity to share their thoughts!! On both IG and TikTok, commenters weighed in on their views on the alleged high-jewelry:
“I know it!!! The inside of that box looks too luxurious for a brand new cartier box… the law”
“These could easily be copied on 47th…”
“A delightful reminder that things are never what they seem”
“Masks are starting to fall!!!”
“Money talks… Wealth whispers… And these girls are screaming.”
“It’s Canal Street Special!”
Other fans argue that the Giudice girls’ bracelets are real do real look:
“Images on websites are not always accurate, especially with careful packaging”
“Actually, if you watch the actual video and not the screenshot, it looks real.”
“I just went to the Cartier flagship and received a bracelet for Christmas. The inside has padding where the logo is. It’s true.”
Whatever is going on, it seems that Teresa’s family attorney will have the final say on this.
lawyer James Leonard talk to Page Six about the brouhaha bracelet. In a report released on Thursday morning, the attorney tried to make the whole thing clear:
“I think in the spirit of what Christmas really is, people should focus elsewhere and not on silly things like this. That said, the girls are very pleased with their bracelets and grateful to have received them.”
Not necessarily a denial! But a valid point!
What do you think, readers of Perezcious???
[Image via Teresa Giudice/Instagram/Milania Giudice/TikTok/Gia Giudice/Instagram]