On Sunday, September 8, Former Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member Danielle Staub appeared on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. Staub took a shot at current housewives star Jacqueline Laurita for how much wine she drinks.
On Sunday’s show, Cohen showed a clip of Laurita claiming that Danielle stalked and slandered her. Staub took offense at the comment responding with, “I think she needs to put the wine away and possibly seek help for that.”
Considering Staub’s time on the Real Housewives of New Jersey, it’s no surprise to fans of the show that she would criticize Jacqueline Laurita. Staub went on to say, “I have not been around her.”
“I haven’t tweeted. I haven’t talked. I mean, if you want to check timelines on the internet you can’t erase it. We all have regrets on that and she might possibly be the worst example of somebody creating a truth.”
Speaking with Andy Cohen, Danielle Staub discussed the hug she gave Jacqueline Laurita at the end of the reunion show of season two. “I did genuinely hug her goodbye because I felt like we had a relationship at one time and I felt bad for her because I felt she was caught between family and friendship but in time, after that, when I thought we were just going to move on from it.”
“I would just read horrific things on Twitter and I just knew then that was never going to be someone I could move on from.”
Don’t worry though, Jacqueline wasn’t the only one Danielle Staub had harsh words for. She took shots at both Real Housewives of New Jersey stars, Caroline Manzo and Melissa Gorga.
Surprisingly enough, the table flipping Teresa Giudice who called Danielle a “prostitution whore” had Staub’s sympathy for Teresa’s legal troubles. “I feel bad for them.”
“They’re people. They’re family. Things that are really bad are happening to them so it would be really wrong of anyone to enjoy that.”
When it comes to Teresa’s sister-in-law, Melissa Gorga, Danielle said, “We did never meet, however, it was because I wouldn’t allow that to happen. She wanted to film during season two.”
“She thought it would be a good way to get back at Teresa and I said I wanted absolutely nothing to do with that, however, I would forward all her emails, where were a lot, to the producers, which I did, which is how with two seasons of her being behind the scenes, on camera but behind the scenes, she all of a sudden became a person of interest and that’s how she landed on the show.”
“I think it would be good for her to just come clean. I wanted nothing to do with what she wanted to do to Teresa. It’s not my place. I don’t play with that. Karma has a return policy and it isn’t an exchange.”
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