She's baaaaack! Danielle Staub, perhaps one of the most infamous villains in "Real Housewives" history, has announced plans to move forward with a tell-all book. The mother of two left "Real Housewives of New Jersey" in Season 3 after feuding with nearly everyone on the cast.
Now Danielle, 53, is ready to tell her side of the story and she's making some pretty lofty claims about the popular Bravo reality show. Cn Thursday she tweeted that she was ready to speak out about how the show affected her life. Danielle hinted that elements of "RHONJ" were staged, revealing that this particular portion of her book will be titled "'Reality of #RHONJ.'" She has not yet shared any further details about the book.
— danielle staub (@daniellestaub) January 28, 2016
As Us Weekly reported, Danielle left "RHONJ" in 2010 after just two seasons with the franchise. She told the publication she was leaving the Bravo series because she was "way too good" to be associated with such a thing. Danielle claimed she was being used, though it is unclear whether or not she meant by the network or those on the show, and she was fed up.
True "RHONJ" fans know Danielle's legacy and remember it well, though others may need a refresher. Danielle joined the cast in Season 1. She was brought on as a close friend of longtime "RHONJ" star Jacqueline Laurita. Despite having ties to the well-liked cast member, Danielle was not well received by the other stars. Throughout her time on the show Danielle had confrontations with Dina and Caroline Manzo, Jacqueline's older daughter Ashley (via Daily News), and, of course, Teresa Giudice. Two of these confrontations resulted in physical altercations one of which gifted "Real Housewives" fans with a table flip that will live on in infamy.
Despite being mentioned in her tweet, "Real Housewives" creator Andy Cohen has not yet responded to Danielle.