Danielle Staub may have left The Real Housewives of New Jersey in after only two seasons, but she's still got a lot to say! The year-old took to social media on Thursday to inform her followers of her plans to write a second book, which she says will unveil the true reality of the hit Bravo show. Fans of the show immediately chimed in with their opinions, writing things like, "I'm ready for you to spill all the gossip," "Telling the truth will put them all to shame!
Now he's revealing why he thinks their marriage failed. Marty told Page Six that "things were going extremely well" with him and Danielle, to whom he proposed in She began to think she was more important than everybody else.
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When Danielle Staub announced Wednesday she was quitting her stripping gig to seek help for her emotional issues, reactions ranged from "Who knew she was stripping now? The year-old mother of two daughters -- best known for her Teresa Giudice-bating antics on "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" -- has, like vast hordes of reality stars before her, kept herself in the public eye over the past few years through a variety of stunts and ventures. Last year she released the prophetically titled memoir "The Naked Truth," had the inevitable sex tape scandal, left "Real Housewives," and briefly reinvented herself as a quasi lesbian chanteuse.
The tall, sultry housewife who is the outsider in the group. The one that the others love to hate. To top it off, she has something of a sordid past.
When Tom showed up with his young wife, Danielle gushed and hugged him, thanking him again and again for coming and at times awkwardly held her hand up so everyone could see the ring. Awkward much? In her book The Naked Truthshe depicts him as a business man with sandy hair and blue eyes who spent lots of money and time trying to get her attention.
The arrest, described in the true-crime memoir "Cop Without a Badge," was used by Staub's fellow housewives in attempt to discredit and shame her on the first season of the reality show. But the victim, Carmen Centolellanow claims that the reality show star helped choreograph the drug deal, and that she pistol-whipped him and stuck a gun in his mouth during his two-day ordeal. Centolella's story diverges wildly from the tale Staub has tells in the pages of her memoir, "The Naked Truth.
Jacqueline just wants to make sure no one has forgotten where her Bravo enemy came from. On our way to a show opening nyc cruelintentions musical Swipe left for more! The report gets even more shocking with claims that Danielle Staub and her partner David Aguilar ended up kidnapping the owner of the apartment where she got jumped in an effort to earn back the money that their lost drugs cost them. That allegedly ended in Aguilar getting arrested and Danielle getting busted in the sting.
You get the cast of VH1's new restaurant-themed reality show, Famous Foodwhich will undoubtedly reach trainwreck status within minutes when it premieres on Sunday. The show's extended trailer is above. Given his well-documented affinity for NeNe Leakes, it should come as no surprise that Anderson Cooper is quite fond of Bravo's Real Housewives series, a fact he finally admitted this week.