"Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Teresa Giudice's belongings are reportedly headed for the auction block.
According to People, Giudice and her husband, Giuseppe — who reportedly filed for bankruptcy in October — will watch their prized possessions go to the highest bidder after the trustee in their bankruptcy case reportedly alleged in court documents that the couple has hidden assets and also undervalued the cost of their personal property.
The couple's possessions, which includes items such as a grand piano, two flat-screen televisions, chairs, sofas, decorative fireplace accessories, a foosball table, a faux marble chess set, a suit of armor and several chandeliers, will reportedly hit the auction block on Aug. 22 at noon EST.
An attorney for the Giudices told People he was hoping the auction would not take place and denied that his clients were not truthful with the court about their worth.
"Obviously we have objections to what they're trying to do," their lawyer Jim Kridel told the magazine. "I don't think Teresa is happy seeing all her belongings displayed on the Internet ... clearly they are under the microscope because they are famous."
The reality star's rep denied that her items were being auctioned when contacted by the magazine, but her lawyer confirmed that the auction was currently slated for Aug. 22, but added that he was attempting to appeal the matter.