Former Real Housewives of New Jersey star Danielle Staub is next in line to make a scathing claim about one of her fellow housewives in David Quinn’s tell-all book, “Not All Diamonds And Rose”.
The 59-year-old claims that Teresa Giudice “stabbed” her with a fork at that shocking Posche fashion show during season two. Did anyone else let out a huge sigh?
So, Danielle, What Happened?
“Teresa took a fork to my back! I had a fork stabbed and dragged down my back! So, I stopped running,” alleges Staub. She went on to claim that security was holding her arms which hindered her from “fighting back”.
“This was like Jerry Springer on steroids,” she claimed. “Like, these women were dangerous.” She ended her allegations by making more accusations against the newly engaged reality star. “I didn’t know they’d start physically coming at me after that! I should be able to say what I want to say and not get physically accosted for it.”
Producer Carlos King somewhat agreed with Staub in that the entire night was a bit of a mess and escalated quickly. “Little did we know that hello would turn into a whole chase, hair pull, cops being called, a broken heel, 911, police sirens.” He went on to refer to it as “madness” leaving many people speechless that night.
Remember That Night?
The Posche fashion show was the event of the season for at least the first 3 maybe 4 seasons of New Jersey housewives. Unfortunately, for Kim D, the poop always manages to hit the fan right around the time of her event, partly due to her, though. In this case, in particular, Giudice approached Staub to make amends for not having her back during season one.
Staub believed it was a setup and somehow Giudice ended up calling her a “bitch” and well, you know the rest allegedly went. The night also featured glass shattering, Giudice screaming at table-flipping levels, and a lot of women chasing one another.
While King maintains that production doesn’t “like it when it gets physical,” what would this show be without fights that sometimes get physical? Especially Jersey, it’s almost expected from the proud women.
‘This Never Happened’
Fans of the show know that Giudice has already experienced a stint in prison and has zero intentions of returning. This is why the mom of four’s lawyer was quick to speak with People to tell them that this is… not true.
James J. Leonard told the publication, “This never happened. It is 100 percent pure fiction. If it did happen you would have seen it or heard about on the show and not in a book 11 years later.” This is kind of a good point. After all, fans are still talking about fights from season one.
The entire incident upset Staub initially because a cast member had found and read a copy of the book “Cop Without A Badge” that detailed her old life and revealed her real name to be Beverly. It also associated her with criminals and several crimes.
Andy Isn’t Sure Either
Andy Cohen, like producer King, has shared that if the incident did indeed take place, there is no way that they wouldn’t show it. He knows his audience.
Not shocking at all, Staub wasn’t available for comment. Standby for an impromptu social media outburst.