The judge overseeing the fraud case involving Teresa and Joe Giudice granted the reality television couple permission to make a special appearance at the Pangaea Nightclub at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Fla.
Despite previously being ordered not to leave the states of New Jersey and New York, the couple is allowed to travel if granted prior court approval with a request submitted 72 hours in advance, according to RadarOnline.com.
"My client is allowed to leave the New York/New Jersey area, if she gives the court notice, 72 hours before traveling and gets approval. She is in full compliance with terms of her bond," Teresa's attorney, Henry Klingemen, told RadarOnline.com
The pair previously had to surrender their passports and are not allowed to leave the country.
The reality couple has been accused of exaggerating income when applying for loans and not disclosing full income amounts when applying for bankruptcy after they appeared on the "Real Housewives" reality show in 2009. Both husband, 43, and wife, 41, face a 39-count indictment, according to reports.
In 2009 the couple filed for bankruptcy, claiming over $10 million worth of debt. In an interview just after the filing, Teresa Giudice said on "The View" that she and her husband had run into trouble because tenants living in homes rented out by her husband had failed to pay rent in a downturned economy. The indictment includes conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, bank fraud, making false statements on loan applications and bankruptcy fraud.
In addition, Joe Giudice also faces penalties for failing to file tax returns from 2004-2008, making false claims about employments status and salaries. During that time he is alleged to have earned nearly $1 million.