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Danielle Staub’s New Fiancé Oliver Maier Defends Their Relationship And Denies Cheating On His Ex-Girlfriend With Danielle!

Danielle Staub's fiancé Oliver Maier is speaking out for the first time about their relationship. “I ended my relationship with Gina because it was not working,” Maier told Page Six of his ex in a statement.

“My current relationship with Danielle did not have anything to do with that decision. I have no interest in a current or future relationship with Gina. Since our relationship ended she has been harassing me and my family, as well as trying to use this situation as an opportunity to get on the show and promote her boutique. She needs to stop this childish behavior, act like an adult and move on with her life.”

As previously reported, the couple got engaged early Thursday morning while on a tropical getaway to the Cheval Blanc maison in St. Barth, a week after her divorce was finalized from Marty Caffrey.

“I’m madly in love,” Staub told PEOPLE. “I’m feeling elated and excited for the next stage of my life. I’m going to marry the man of my possible dreams and hopefully I’ll spend the rest of my life in bliss.”

The publication reports that Maier is German and French and he works as the managing director of Speyside Equity, a private equity firm based out of New York City.

Oliver reveals that he’s also the Duke of Provence, something Staub says she didn’t know about until recently. Maier says his family owns 15 vineyards in the South of France as well as two castles. Their marriage would mean that Staub would become a duchess, reports PEOPLE.

Staub confirmed her relationship with Maier on Monday, when she shared a photo of them kissing on Nikki Beach in front of a rainbow.

The two had met in October through a mutual friend whom Maier was dating at the time, though didn’t start their romance until sharing a passionate kiss.

“I quite frankly couldn’t stand him when I first met him,” Staub joked, explaining that she took some time to get used to the blunt characteristics of Maier’s personality. “He’s so strong-willed, and at first, I read that as rude, and arrogant and entitled. It wasn’t until I got to know him that I saw the other side.”

She says she wasn’t looking for love, either, after her tumultuous, 10-month-long marriage to Caffrey. “I wasn’t open to it,” she confessed. “I was ready to just go out with my girlfriends in Manhattan. I didn’t want this.”

Maier, though. He was determined and pursued Staub, attending dinners with her and her friends until he swept her off to St. Barths, where their romance blossomed.

“People don’t like to take a risk, but I took a risk,” he stressed. “Danielle’s one of the smartest people I’ve met. People have preconceived notions about her from reality TV, but she’s a smart women. And I was instantly attracted to that.”

Oliver revealed that he pursued Staub for weeks. Her friends encouraged her to go for it, she says. Eventually, Maier went in for the kiss.

“In that moment I said, ‘Wow,’ ” Staub recalled. “I still tried to push it off, but as the weeks went on, he did not let off the throttle, and he pursued me adamantly. And he got what he wanted. We fell madly in love.”

As for his ex, Maier takes the blame for how their relationship ended. “I didn’t intend for it to happen that way, it’s my mistake. If you have to blame it on someone, blame it on me, not Danielle,” he said. “I care about Danielle. She’s phenomenal, comes from a good family and is beautiful beyond belief. I’m happy we’re together.”

The couple plan on living in New York City, though Staub wants to purchase her home in New Jersey for her daughters. “Most likely we’ll be spending a lot of time in France,” she gushed. “We’ll be going to castles and all that, and living in Paris for a certain amount of months out of the year.”

“It’s going to be far different than Jersey, that’s for sure,” she said.

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