The former Real Housewives of New Jersey star is currently serving time for fraud at the Danbury Federal Correctional Institution, and apparently, she's adjusted to her new prison life rather well.
"It's a very relaxed atmosphere for her," the unnamed inmate, who was recently released, told the publication. "She's adapting fine. After the first four months, it just becomes routine."
And the former reality TV star reportedly takes advantage of the "do what you want" prison attitude.
"She fills [her days] up with exercise," the source shared. "She tends to do yoga and some other training in the gym. Then from 5:30 to 6:30 it's exercise class."
But that doesn't mean that Giudice does not work; she does, but apparently, her job was "hard to get" and her celebrity status helped.
"She wipes tables three days a week and it's for 15 to 20 minutes a shift," the source explained.
There's no feuding behind bars either, because the source says that the inmates who "don't like her pretty much ignore her." And Giudice has allegedly even made some friends.
"There are three or four of them that are basically her little minions. They do whatever for her," the source claims. "She does have that small group that will always support her."
Being in prison is no doubt the hardest thing that Giudice has ever had to face, but at least she's not facing it entirely on her own.
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