Long Island Medium Theresa Caputo beaten for keeping newborn granddaughter with ‘dangerous’ nails

THERESA Caputo was beaten up for hugging her newborn granddaughter with “dangerous” long acrylic nails.

The Long Island Medium star welcomes first grandchild on February 22 and has been updating fans ever since.

Fans worried about Theresa's'sharp' nails


Fans worried about Theresa’s ‘sharp’ nailsCredit: Instagram
She just welcomed her new-born granddaughter


She just welcomed her new-born granddaughterCredit: Instagram

Only one55, arrived Instagram on Sunday to share an adorable photo with her newborn granddaughter.

The reality star sat cross-legged in the living room while holding her little one, wearing leather leggings, a black hoodie, black heels, with her signature shaggy hair.

The TV personality cuddled up with the newborn, named Michelina Rose, who wore a bright blue frock for her day with Grandma.

Theresa Bubba’s adorable French bulldog took part in the photo session, posing for the camera in a blue and white striped cardigan.

The TLC star captioned her post: “Bubba proud uncle#longislandmedium #Sunday #grandma. “

However, fans are more interested in the length of her nails when holding the small tot.

Upon closer inspection, Theresa had nailed one inch long white acrylic nails that had been sharpened into a pointed tip.

Many of her followers raced to the comments to share their anxiety over this “dangerous” situation.

“Maybe now have to rethink those wrong nails, ma’am,” one suggested.

“Those nails are too long and sharp to be around babies,” a second agreed.

A third commented: “Just a PSA… I know you love them but changing baby clothes or diapers with those fingernails would be a problem.”

“How do you manage a kid and all that includes those fingernails,” laughed another.

“Time to get rid of the nails before you hurt that baby, and the hairstyle is crazy!” One final comment.


Over the weekend, Theresa’s daughter, Victoria, shared her first video of her newborn daughterMichelina Rose, with her husband, Michael Mastrandrea.

The young couple shared photos and a video of their “wonderful week” on their mutual basis Instagram account.

In the first snapshot, Long Island Medium The star wears a hospital gown while holding her daughter in her arms.

Michael donned his Yankees baseball cap as he posed next to them.

As the adorable series continues, little Michelina ties a pink bow around her head and is wrapped in a pink wrap with her name printed on it.

In the short clip, Michelina suck on a pacifier before going back to sleep.

The couple captioned the post: “We have welcomed the most precious and beautiful baby girl in the world.

“She’s stolen our hearts and we can’t wait to see her grow.”


Theresa has also shared some sweet photos of herself holding them in hand her newborn granddaughter.

In one, the reality star sat on a white sofa while holding her sleepy little baby in both arms.

The little child is wearing a lovely warm coat and little pink socks, and red and white balloons are planted beside them in the corner.

The TV personality placed a kiss on the little tot’s forehead.

Theresa wrote: “I am a grandmother. No words can describe the love and feeling of holding my granddaughter.

“Michelina, you have stolen our hearts. You are precious, perfect and loved to the moon.”

Victoria was born on February 22


Victoria was born on February 22Credit: Instagram/meet.the.mastrandreas
They named their little tot Michelina


They named their little tot MichelinaCredit: Instagram
Theresa badmouths the little girl on social media


Theresa badmouths the little girl on social mediaCredit: Instagram / Theresa Caputo

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