Despite her mounting legal woes, Teresa Giudice is doing what she can to remain calm.
It was reported on Monday, Nov. 18, that the Real Housewives of New Jersey star and husband Joe now face two new charges of bank fraud and loan application fraud, with the federal government alleging that Teresa lied about her income and employment situation on a mortgage loan application.
Arraignment on these two counts is scheduled for Wednesday. In July, the Giudices pleaded not guilty to the previous 39-count indictment filed against them.
"Right now, she's trying not to get too worked up about tomorrow, but she is very sensitive as to who is reaching out to her to show support and who isn't," a source tells E! News. "She's very aware of who has called or texted her and who isn't. That's the biggest thing with her right now: who's really there for her and Joe."
Meanwhile, Teresa's attorney Henry Klingeman tells E! News that Teresa's day in court tomorrow will "be a duplication of the earlier arraignment. She's going to arrive, plead not guilty, then leave. It should be very simple and quick."
He added, "She is doing her best to balance this with all her other life situations."
And it looks as if Teresa's legal troubles have yet to have an impact on her shooting schedule.
"Producers from the show were at her house yesterday," our source told us. "That was their first trip out to see her. They discussed potential story lines. Everything seems to be moving forward."
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