RHONJ former jailbird Joe Giudice demands Italian government ‘set him free’ from coronavirus quarantine – The Sun

REAL Housewives of New Jersey former jailbird Joe Giudice demanded the Italian government ‘set him free’ from the Coronavirus quarantine.

The 47-year-old father of four took to Instagram to say he feels there is a cure for the virus, and it's not people being "caged."

Joe posted on Instagram: "I feel the government’s can stop this…There is a cure it should not lead to humans being or caged!

"Our society is loosing face to face conversation cause of please don’t allow fear to take our social skills! you’s don’t see my view nice to get a hello in the streets after seeing four walls.

"April will be a #world #free #curecoronavirus #social #italia #fuckcoronavirus #staysafe #washyourhands #prayforitaly #smalltowncharm."

He began ranting about the quarantine yesterday calling it "ridiculous."

Joe claimed: "More people die from Viagra (heart attacks and drug overdose) everyday than this Coronavirus."

He want on that the lock down is making people "frantic."

The Bravo dad said: Sorry Lock down not for me Never again !!!!! Stay safe, eat healthy, exercise, and no shaking hands."

But he later added: "I am not moving around the country.

"I am obeying the law going to work, shopping for family, and NO cafes, gym, and places like that."

Joe is currently living in Salerno in the Campania region of Italy.

He returned to his native Italy after being released form an ICE detention in October 2019, where he's awaiting the outcome of his latest deportation appeal.

This followed him completing his 41-month prison sentence in March.

Campania is in the south of the country away from the areas most effected by the outbreak.

Italy has the highest number of confirmed Covid-19 cases, outside of China at 9,172, with its death toll exceeding 400.

Joe and his RHONJ OG Teresa split in December after 20 years of marriage.

The exes have four daughters together, Gia, 19, Gabriella, 15, Milania, 15, and Audriana, 11.

The girls visited their father in Italy over the holidays, while Teresa stayed back in New Jersey.

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