Teresa Giudice slammed for wearing Balenciaga amid brand controversy

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Fans are calling out Teresa Giudice for wearing Balenciaga amid controversy against the high fashion brand for releasing since-deleted campaign photos of children holding BDSM teddy bears.

The “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star, 50, posed for several photos wearing a white sweater with the Balenciaga label printed all over it with her husband Louie Ruelas by her side on their trip to Paris.

The photo, which Ruelas posted to Instagram on Friday, immediately drew negative attention from fans who called Giudice to rid herself from the brand.

“We love you but burn that balenciaga!!!! 🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮,” one user wrote.

“@teresagiudice I love you but please do not endorse this brand. You’ll see why, it’s disturbing,” someone else chimed in.

“Love you Tre but take off that sweater girl!” another user added.

“Balenciaga…GREAT, another person to unfollow! You do realize there are normalizing child bondage, right? Are you ok with that? Shameful! UN FOLLOW! [sic],” someone else wrote.


Both Ruelas and Giudice have kept quiet on the backlash.


Both Ruelas and Giudice have kept quiet on the backlash.

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Giudice hasn’t addressed the backlash nor did her rep immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

The reality TV star is among other celebrities who are staying silent on the controversy.

Kim Kardashian – who’s been one of Balenciaga’s biggest supporters for years – has also stayed quiet despite fans bombarding the comment sections of her photos begging her to address it.

Teresa Giudice posing by the Eiffel Tower
Giudice is among other celebrities who are in hot water with fans.

Nicole Kidman, Dua Lipa, Christine Quinn, Alexa Demie and the rest of the Kardashian-Jenner family are among other celebrities being chastised for not talking about the situation.

Some celebrities – such as “Vanderpump Rules” star Lala Kent – have spoken out against the designer brand.

The campaign immediately received backlash for the campaign that also appeared to include court files pertaining to child pornography laws.

The popular celebrity brand issued an apology and “removed the campaign from all platforms” on Tuesday.

Balenciaga wrote on their Instagram Story that they “strongly condemn abuse of children in any form” and claimed its higher-ups were already “taking legal action against the parties responsible for creating the set and including unapproved items.”

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