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    Teresa Giudice Lashes Out at Latest Legal Rumors, Says She's Going to Florida With "Juicy Joe"

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    Let her clear the air!

    Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice has taken to Twitter to speak out about the latest allegations made against her and her husband Joe.

    Reports claim that the famous couple cannot leave New York or New Jersey before their next court hearing on Aug. 14, and were forced to surrender their passports during their latest court appearance on Jul.y 30.

    But that's not entirely true, says Teresa.

    "About me not being able to leave NJ & NY don't believe the rumors out there. Most things people saying just aren't true," she wrote on the social media site.

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    The Bravo-lebrity received tons of criticism about her future travels when she announced that she'd be stopping by Pangea nightclub in Hollywood, Fla.

    "I'll be at Pangea in Hollywood, FL this Saturday…come say hello!" she posted.

    And just to further put an end to the rampant rumors, Teresa told fans, "Juicy Joe will be going with me."

    "See you in Florida," she added.

    So it looks like their pending legal woes aren't stopping them from enjoying a little fun in the sun down south!

    Read the court documents

    Teresa Giudice, Joe Giudice AP Photo/Julio Cortez

    The two have been accused of conspiring to defraud lenders, illegally obtaining mortgages and other loans and allegedly trying to shield their assets during a bankruptcy case totaling 39 counts against them.

    They did not yet enter their pleas to these charges, but are expected to at their arraignment hearing Aug. 14, 2013.

    Teresa's attorney, Henry Klingman, tells E! News that "it's been a difficult few days" for his client, "but she's been resolute." He also said that she plans on entering a not guilty plea.

    If convicted, each spouse could face a maximum prison sentence of 20 or 30 years. Each were released on $500,000 bond during their previous hearing.

    (E! and Bravo are part of the same NBCUniversal family.)

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