Sep 15, 2017 08:00 AM EDT By Lindsay Cronin

Teresa Giudice 2017: 'RHONJ' Star Refusing To Pay PR Team? [VIDEO]

Teresa Giudice has a new book to promote.

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Teresa Giudice's new book is set to hit stores next month but according to a new report, the Real Housewives of New Jersey star expects a team of PR experts to do the heavy lifting when it comes to promoting sales.

On September 14, Radar Online revealed that sources have reportedly told Straight Shuter that Giudice wants the experts to do all of her advertising for her -- and that she expects them to do the work free of charge.

"[Teresa Giudice] has already met with several different publicists, yet she still insists she is not paying a single dime," the outlet revealed to readers, adding that Giudice is convinced that the honor of working with her is adequate compensation.

Not surprisingly, the longtime reality star and mother of four has yet to hire anyone that will agree to her terms for the promotion of her upcoming memoir, Standing Strong.

As Radar Online revealed, Teresa Giudice is set to reveal how her life has changed in the years since she was released from prison and explain how she has been coping with life as a single mother. As fans of The Real Housewives of New Jersey well know, Giudice's husband, Joe, entered into a 41-month prison term in early 2016.

“This has been a very difficult year for me, with losing my mother and having my husband in prison,” she said during an interview with People magazine shortly after news of her upcoming book hit the web. “I found that writing this book and talking about everything I was going through was very therapeutic for me.”

Giudice published her first memoir, Turning the Tables, in February.

“I think this is a natural sequel to Turning the Tables, as it chronicles my life after I came home from Danbury [Federal Correctional Institution],” she wrote. “It in essence picks up where the last book left off.”

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