Imprisoned reality star Teresa Giudice is paying up.
Court papers filed Friday show Giudice agreed to give the federal government a portion of her Bravo paycheck, a 2005 Maserati, home furnishings from her Montville mansion and 50 percent of the rental income from a Lincoln Park property to help pay off her $414,588 debt, according to NJ.com.
The consent order also includes money from two insurance policies, the Bergen Record reported.
The restitution sum was part of the sentence handed down by a judge to the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star and her husband, Joe, in October after they pleaded guilty to bank and bankruptcy fraud totaling millions.
The two were also given prison time. Teresa is currently serving 15 months at the Danbury Federal Correctional Institution in Connecticut. Her husband will serve 41 months after she is released next February. Their sentences were staggered so one parent could be home to care for their four daughters.
On May 31, the Bravo staple and cookbook author broke her silence from behind bars with a tweet to her fans.
Thank you everyone for all of the cards, letters, and kind words of support I love, love, love you all xo T!
— Teresa Giudice (@Teresa_Giudice) May 31, 2015