A judge has rejected an attempt for Real Housewives of New Jersey stars Joe and Teresa Giudice to contest foreclosure of their Montville Township mansion.

The house was listed for $3.99 million originally and dropped to $2.99 million in April as Community Bank of Bergen County started foreclosure procedures.

According to Reality Tea,

Lawyers for the Giudice’s mortgage holder, Community Bank of Bergen County, filed a request seeking a final judgement to determine if they can begin the process for a “sheriff’s sale” of the property. Last week the judge approved the bank’s request to proceed.

Joe Giudice and his daughters currently live in the home while Teresa serves her 15 month sentence for fraud in Danbury Correctional Facility.

In August, the Giudice's Manahawkin shore home went through foreclosure and was sold back to the bank for $100.  Meanwhile, a property that is believed to have once housed Joe's pizza shop is for sale for $179,900, however that property is also in foreclosure.

Check out the pictures of the Giudice's gilded mansion in the Towaco section of Montville Township below.

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