Teresa Giudice's Tell-All Prison Memoir Reveals Her Cell Was Nicknamed the 'Boom Boom Room' Because of Sex Between Inmates

Teresa Giudice gets very candid in excerpts obtained by the New York Daily News

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Teresa Giudice isn’t holding back in her new tell-all memoir, Turning the Tables, out Feb. 9.

In excerpts obtained by the New York Daily News, the Real Housewives of New Jersey star details her nearly year-long stay in prison. (She was released Dec. 23, 2015.)

Giudice, who says she was known by her fellow inmates as “Hollywood,” opened up about her first strip search, in which she was ordered to disrobe, squat, stick out her tongue and cough.

“I wanted to die” of embarrassment, the reality star, 43, writes, according to the Daily News.

Giudice also revealed that her prison cell, which she shared with five other roommates, became known as “The Boom Boom Room” due to the sexual activity between the women, the newspaper reports.

After hearing a “muffled sound” one night, Giudice realized she “could see two women … writhing around … I cannot believe this is happening!” she writes, according to the Daily News.

Meanwhile, the Bravo star – who says she received a lot of fan mail from male inmates across the country – found herself thinking of her husband Joe Giudice, 43.

Madonna mia, I was dreaming of my husband,” she writes, according to the Daily News. She reportedly reveals that she even sent him a Father’s Day card with pages of sexual positions.

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In the memoir, Giudice also says other inmates sold stories about her to the media, reports the Daily News and admitted there were some menacing stares.

Eventually, the RHONJ star found inmates who would do her nails and style her hair, and even tailor special prison ensembles.

Giudice spent her days reading, keeping a diary (which she had to hide from other inmates), and she also working on her fitness – up to six hours a day!

Giudice was found guilty of fraud charges and sentenced to 15 months in jail in October 2014. She entered the Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury, Connecticut, a minimum-security satellite camp for women, on Jan. 5, according to the Daily News.

Though she remains on house arrest until Feb. 5, the mom of four has been enjoying time with her family ahead of Joe’s 41-month prison sentence, which begins in March.

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