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Danielle Staub Says She Was “The Strongest Asset” On ‘RHONJ’; Says The Show Is “Really Fake” And Throws Shade At Margaret Josephs And Teresa Giudice!

During a recent interview, Danielle Staub slammed The Real Housewives of New Jersey while throwing shade at the cast, in particular Teresa Giudice and Margaret Josephs.

“The current cast [of RHONJ] is mostly manufactured,' Danielle told DailyMailTV. “Teresa [Giudice] ... you couldn't put two objects in front of her and have her identify one of them.”

“Wherever someone tells her to stand, whatever they tell her to say, whatever they tell her to do, then she does that and she really doesn't care,” she adding, continuing to throw jabs at her former co-star. 

“I still care about it being real. I thought it was real.”

Reflecting on her season one castmates - Danielle quipped: “I was the leader of that pack. I knew I was the strongest asset.”

“To put it bluntly, it's really fake,” Staub said of the current cast. “Margaret [Josephs] is probably the hugest problem with the entire cast. She's an instigator and has a lot of problems, legal problems. I think she should be tending to them.”

Staub has made headlines in recent weeks after she accused Bravo of supporting Housewives who have committed crimes following her appearance in the Hulu documentary, The Housewife and the Hustler, which highlights the legal problems of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Girardi and her estranged husband Tom Girardi. 

Danielle originally starred on RHONJ as a full-time Housewife for seasons 1 and 2. After rekindling her friendship with Teresa Giudice in 2016, Danielle returned in a “friend” role for seasons 8, 9, and 10.

However, in January 2020, Staub announced her departure from RHONJ during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, adding that she will “never be returning as a housewife again.”

“I will be never returning as a Housewife again with the Jersey girls,” she told Andy Cohen on Wednesday night's episode of the late-night talk show. “I have, over the past 12 years and 10 seasons, been a part of this whole franchise and I’ve been very happy to rally and stand on a platform and be here with all of you. But it is time for me to leave and do something that I want to do that makes my heart happy every day.”


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