Reality star Joe Giudice has added more drama to his long list of legal troubles. The Real Housewives of New Jersey star was photographed on a coffee date with a woman that is not his wife Teresa Giudice.

Joe, who has four daughters with his wife Teresa, was snapped by an eyewitness at Legends Diner in Secaucus, N.J. It s located about 30 miles from the Montville, N.J. home he shares with his wife.

Radar Online obtained the exclusive photo of Joe's secret meeting and published it on Monday. In the image, Joe is wearing a red shirt and has a serious expression on his face as he chats with a mystery woman. The female in question is cleverly covered up with an oversized hat and dark sunglasses, presumably to keep her identity a secret.

"It was DEFINITELY not Teresa. She was completely disguising herself with a hat and huge sunglasses that she wouldn't take off inside," the source told the website. "They were sitting over coffee and occasionally Joe would reach over and touch her hand while talking. They were there for a while."

See the photo of Joe on a coffee date with another woman here.

This is not the first questionable meeting Joe has had with another woman. In 2011, he was snapped dining at TGI Friday's with another mystery woman in Clifton, N.J.

Aside from who her husband is meeting up with, Teresa has more to worry about.

The couple was hit with a whopping 39 charges for a wide range of offenses, such as failure to report income to the IRS and bank fraud, TMZ reported on July 29. The Giudices each face a maximum of 20 years in jail for bank fraud and up to 30 years each for the alleged bank schemes, according to the report. The couple has not been arrested but attended several court hearings. 

The couple was hit with two new charges - loan application fraud and bank fraud - last week and pleaded not guilty in a New Jersey courtroom on Nov. 20. Both charges each carry maximum penalties of 30 years in prison and a $1 million fine. 

Several weeks prior, Joe swerved into oncoming traffic in Montville, N.J. on Nov. 5, ABC News reported.  Joe was also suppose to begin trial for separate charges including illegally obtaining a driver's license with his brother's name. He committed fraud and forged his brother's signature after he was arrested for a DUI in March 2011. That trial has been postponed and will be rescheduled for 2014, according to Celebrity Dirty Laundry.

The couple told Andy Cohen in a September interview on Watch What Happens Live that they believe they are innocent of all of their charges. Joe told Cohen that he also believes that being a reality star "absolutely" played a role in the state's decision to prosecute the couple.