Teresa Giudice Sought Guidance From a Medium After Fraud Charges

PHOTO: Joe Giudice, left, and Teresa Giudice, right, attend the Fabellini bottle signing and tasting at Costco on March 1, 2014 in Plainfield, N.J.

Teresa Giudice prayed for guidance after she and her husband were charged with fraud -- but she sought help elsewhere, too.

In a preview for the new season of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey," the reality TV star is shown speaking with a medium.

"I sense that things are gonna be fine for you," he told her. "Your husband, I'm not so sure about."

How Much Jail Time Are the Giudices Facing?

In March, the Giudices plead guilty to federal fraud charges. which included several counts of loan and bankruptcy fraud. Sentencing was set for next month, and both face possible jail time.

Joe Giudice, who has three children with his Bravo star wife, also faces possible deportation to his native Italy.

"Me without you doesn't work," Teresa Guidice is shown telling her husband. "This family cannot function without you."

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