Teresa Giudice gave her first interview since getting out of prison to Good Morning America yesterday, telling Amy Robach that calling the federal correctional institution in Danbury, Connecticut, a “country club” prison is flat-out wrong. “There was mold in the bathrooms. There was not running water constantly. The showers were freezing cold…I mean, the living conditions were really horrible,” Giudice said. “There were some nights that we didn’t even have heat…It was hell.” Despite the grisly conditions, Giudice added that she enjoyed working in the prison kitchen for 12 cents an hour. “I loved my job…My first paycheck was $1.60,” she said. And while she hated being away from her kids, she added that she discovered the joys of yoga in prison. “Yoga changed my life. I’m going to get certified in yoga,” she said.