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Though The Real Housewives of New Jersey star Danielle Staub was granted a restraining order against her ex, that relationship continues to haunt her.
In this clip, she is speaking out about the difficult split.
As she tells Wendy Williams, her husband's alcohol use played a major role in their breakup.
Danielle, who has been engaged twenty entire times, is opening up about the hard lessons that this marriage has taught her.
"It’s funny how I saw certain things happening," Staub admits about her husband, Marty Caffrey.
She says that she saw these red flags when they were just dating, but unfortunately ignored them.
"But you just believe, especially with the perception around us, getting engaged would make it better," she explains.
She says that social messages gave her the impression that "getting married would make it better."
"It doesn’t get better, ladies," she cautions Wendy Williams' audience.
"If it’s falling apart," Staub admits. "It’s broken."
She is absolutely right.
If anything, the honeymoon phase of a relationship should have the least problems.
Those struggles aren't likely to evaporate just because you put a ring on it.
As she explains, Caffrey's drinking played a huge role in their split.
"He does hit cocktail hour a little bit heavily," she says. "And it does change things."
"I think all of us it changes," Staub acknowledges.
People don't change into a new person when they drink, but other sides of them come out when alcohol is involved.
Not all of those sides are pleasant.
"I just don’t think it changes him for the better," Staub says. "Or his ability to maneuver through what’s going on."
Staub doesn't place all of the blame for their split at his feet, however.
She is the first to admit that she is "not the easiest person to live with."
Caffrey accused Staub of emotional and verbal abuse during their marriage.
"I’m to blame for it as well," Staub explains.
"But," she says. "I feel like I’m always the person who wants to fix people and it’s not fixable."
If a person has a substance abuse problem, they're the only ones who can fix it.
Wendy then asks her if she thinks that she and Caffrey might ever get back together.
"I don’t have a crystal ball," Staub says cautiously.
"But," Staub continues. "You can’t go into the public and be tweeting and Instagraming about your wife or your spouse."
"You just don’t do that," she says simply.
When your relationship troubles are spilling over onto social media, that is a huge warning sign that things may end soon.
It is usually a sign that things should end soon.
Staub's role on the Real Housewives franchise was apparently a huge source of appeal for Caffrey.
Wendy asks: "So he really liked being a ‘House husband?'"
"I think that that was what I’m most disappointed about,” Staub admits.
Staub was saddened by “His want for this attention."
Well, half of all marriages end in divorce. We're just sorry that some life lessons are so painful to learn.
Perhaps others can learn from Danielle Staub's experience.
Danielle Mullins and Mohamed Jbali are one of 90 Day Fiance‘s most controversial couples — even though they’re now bitter exes.
Back when they were together, one of Danielle’s friends made a joke about Mohamed having lost his virginity to “his family goat.”
Because many viwers pointed out that her jab appeared to have bigoted undertones, she is finally explaining herself to Danielle’s fans.
Danielle’s friend Beth Mahar took to Danielle’s Facebook page to set the record straight.
“Ok folks,” Beth writes. “Since my comment to Mohamed about his family goat is still such a hot topic for some people I am taking this opportunity to explain it”
“I am not racist in any way, shape or form,” Beth insists.
“I am married to a Muslim immigrant from Pakistan,” she shares, adding that she has been married “for the past 7 years now.”
She even notes that “My husband is a much more devout practicing Muslim than Mohamed Jbali.”
Obviously, friendship or even marriage does not preclude someone from being a bigot. But that doesn’t mean that Beth is a bigot, either.
“This TV show, 90 Day Fiancé, etc, etc, is strictly for entertainment purposes only,” Beth points out.
Beth says: “My comment to him about the family goat insinuating basically that the family goat was his first sexual experience was for entertainment value only”
“Was it inappropriate or in bad taste?” Beth asks. “Yes, probably so, and I sincerely apologize to anyone who it may have offended.”
After that very reasonable apology, she writes: “(except Mohamed…LOL)”
“But seriously,” Beth continues. “I truly am not racist and no TV show whether reality or not should be taken so damn seriously.”
“By the way just for everyone’s information,” Beth explains. “That comment and filming of this particular scene was filmed over a year ago.”
“Again,” Beth continues. “I didn’t mean to offend anyone other than ‘s–t head’ and I certainly do not have anything against Muslims.”
That is very reassuring to hear!
Beth concludes: “I hope this helps to clarify my comment for those who got the impression that I am a racist, Muslim hater.”
This is a complicated topic!
On the one hand, it’s absolutely a reality television show. No one should seek to emulate the behavior that they see from random reality stars.
On the other hand, the words that we say have impact, especially when those words are broadcast to millions of TV screens.
Inside jokes or personal jabs don’t translate well through television.
Some people may be offended, while others may parrot those insults to others who are not Mohamed Jbali but merely share his skin tone.
It is great that Beth Mahar came forward to clear the air about this, even though it is admittedly pretty weird that she did it on Danielle’s Facebook page.
(She could have made it on her own page and then let Danielle share it)
But it’s important to remember that making fun of a bad person for something like weight, accent, or cultural differences doesn’t just impact them — it impacts entire communities.
You can poek fun at Mohamed’s misdeeds if you like, but leave his culture out of it.
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It is official, and also a tad bit frightening:
Danielle Staub and Marty Caffrey have the most dysfunctional relationship in all of Hollywood.
Sorry, Ronnie Ortiz-Magro and Jen Harley. But it’s true.
In the latest example of their chaotic romance, Staub was granted a temporary restraining order against her husband after a serious fight in their New Jersey home ended with police intervention on Tuesday night.
Radar Online was the first to confirm these details.
According to court documents obtained by this website, Staub arrived late yesterday to see Caffrey “standing in her garage.”
That may sound fairly innocent on its own, but…
“He appeared to be under the influence of alcohol, agitated and confrontational,” reads these legal papers.
“[Plaintiff] wanted to avoid any argument with [Defendant] so she proceeded to her bedroom.”
As previously detailed in frightening fashion, Staub has a number of reasons to avoid talking to Caffrey.
He recently WENT OFF on his wife, describing her as emotionally unstable and accusing of her various forms of abuse.
Yet, for some reason, Caffrey has remained in the marraige.
Here is another excerpt from the approvedrestraining order:
After hearing a disturbing noise in another part of the residence she walked downstairs and found the [Defendant].
She then realized that several of her family portraits of her children and other sentimental framed photographs had been taken down causing her to become upset and suspected that def had removed them.
Upon speaking with the responding patrol officers, the missing portraits and photographs were later located in the [Defendant’s] vehicle parked in the garage.
So… Caffrey took down some of Staub’s family portraits and put them in his car?
That’s abnormal behavior.
Staub’s husband was ordered to not “stalk, follow or threaten to harm” Staub in the wording of the restraining order, which lists Caffrey’s “criminal offense” as “verbal abuse.”
He’s been banned for now from the home he’s been sharing with Staub and may not visit her at her place of employment, either.
Moreover, Caffrey was ordered to stop all “oral, written, personal or electronic communication,” with Staub and was prohibited from “making or causing anyone else to make harassing communications.”
The estranged couple have an August 20 court date.
Staub and Caffrey got married in May.
There were reports of a split just two months later, but neither side has taken the actual step of filing any divorce papers.
Instead, they simply bash each other in the press and seek protective orders from each other in court.
“There’s just not a better feeling in the world,” Staub told People Magazine after she exchanged vows with Caffrey, adding this past spring:
“I’m still crying over it… it was beautiful.”
Now, sadly, Staub is also crying.
Just for a very different reason.
These two really need to go their separate ways. Like, NOW.
You may not believe this.
We hope you are sitting down for this.
Okay, here we go…
Danielle Staub – the former full-time Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member known for having a sex tape and screaming at Teresa Giudice and sort of being a criminal coke whore – is involved in more drama.
This time, the drama, involves Marty Caffrey, Staub's husband of two months.
Who may not be her husband for very much longer.
Scroll down to discover ALL the ways in which he takes some issue with his controversial wife:
1. Wait, Danielle Staub is Married?
2. Such a Happy Bride
3. So, Where Did It Go Wrong?
4. A Not Very Happy Birthday
5. Tell Us More, Marty…
6. The World of Danielle Staub?
Just days after announcing that she can prove that Mohamed Jbali cheated on her, 90 Day Fiance star Danielle Mullins tried to answer her most frequently asked fan questions.
She’s addressing how she really feels about Mohamed, and publicly addressing her alleged genital odor — the one that Mohamed publicly accused her of having.
She also gives an update on her life and explains, once and for all, why she’s still going by Danielle Jbali.
The eagle-eyed folks over at The Ashley noticed that Danielle addressed her “hygiene” rumors in a social media post.
“I don’t hate Mohamed as a person,” Danielle writes on Facebook. “I hate the things he has done to me.”
By which she means that he allegedly cheated on her, used her to get a green card despite telling her he loved her, and also withheld sex during their marriage — with the exception of one time, to consummate it.
“When you are fighting and emotional you say things you later regret,” Danielle says of her previous outbursts of anger towards her ex.
“I am at peace with all my decisions,” Danielle says. “And I am living my life.”
She then says that God will hold Mohamed accountable for how he treated her.
Danielle writes: “Mohamed will have to face his judgement when he dies and has to answer to Allah.”
“The second thing I want to address and this is the last time I will answer this,” Danielle continues. “About my last name.”
“I made the decision to keep my married name,” she explains. “Because right now it is not important to me to change it.”
She really wants to clear the air on this.
“Just because I kept it,” Danielle emphasizes. “Does not mean I want Mohamed, love him, want to remain relevant, or obessed with him.”
Danielle also explains that costs and hassle are barriers to a name change — something that many of her fans do not seem to grasp.
“I made my decision on finances and time. It costs money with documents to change it,” Danielle spells out.
Danielle writes: “All of the documents that costs money are my drivers license, school ID, passport, STNA license, and home and car titles.”
She adds that she would have to personally travel to some locations to handle the fallout from a name change. Also, you have to appear in court.
“My time is invested into my kids, grandkids, family, friends, school, and work,” Danielle says. “When I am not working or hanging with loved ones I am working on school stuff.”
In other words, she does not have time for yet another name change.
“The third thing I want to address,” Danielle writes. “Is when Mohamed said I needed to see a doctor for hyigene issues and a medical condition.”
Oh, that would be discussing her alleged genital odor, which was said to be so unpleasant that many felt that Mohamed was accusing Danielle of having an STI.
She wants people to know that any odor between her legs does not come from a lack of washing.
“I am in the medical field and I take a shower every day,” Danielle says. “Because in this line of work you don’t know what you can bring home on your clothes or uniform.”
You actually do not need to explain why you shower every day! Most of us do so and also assume that everyone else does.
“First I have found out within the past year that it,” Danielle writes of the rumor. “Was started by a fan who befriended Mohamed and I both.”
Danielle confesses: “I had let her into my facebook because I thought she was a true friend but later on found out after the fact she was not.”
Why … would anyone ever allow someone else who is not a paid social media manager to go through their social media account? Yikes.
“She took screenshots of private conversations,” Danielle alleges. “And passed them around.”
‘Mohamed also knows about the time he said these things,” she says. “I was having issues with my periods and eventually had a biopsy that he took me to.”
“And later on,” Danielle reveals. “I had a surgical procedure done that my daughters were there for me.”
“The last thing I want to address is the What Now episodes where I drove to Maryland to meet a guy named Nelson,” she writes.
“First of all, I have friends in Maryland that I go see every so often, I see these friends on particular trips also,” Danielle explains. “And Maryland is like my second home.”
“Nelson and I started talking last summer for several months,” Danielle reveals. “And one of my trips to Maryland I actually met up with him for 30 minutes and we had agreed next time I came back we would go out on a date.”
“The next time on my way to Maryland, I had texted Nelson to let him know I was on my way,” she writes.
“And he wanted to come to my hotel room at 2am when I arrived after being up since 6am and driving six hours,” Danielle says. “And I told him no, he can wait till our next date on Sunday.”
This did not go over well.
“He got mad,” Danielle says. “Because I would not let him come to my hotel room and stood me up.”
It sounds like she dodged another bullet with that dude.
“I am happy in my life and living my life for me,” Danielle writes. “And not fans of the show.”
In other words, she doesn’t owe anyone an explanation.
“I am in college getting ready to finish my classes and starting my fall classes the end of August,” she shares. “I work with mentally handicapped adults and I have a second job as a home health aide.”
She also provides an update on her family.
“My daughters are all doing very well,” Danielle announces. “My oldest daughter attends college and works. My middle daughter is starting her senior year of high school and working. My youngest daughter will be a junior in high school.”
“They have friends and boyfriends,” Danielle shares. “And most of the time their friends and boyfriends are at our house.”
That is so sweet.
“My son is engaged to the mother of his children,” Danielle reminds fans. “And they are excepting another baby in October.”
In case you had forgotten, Danielle is a grandmother.
‘I never claimed to be perfect,” Danielle writes. “And I am still learning in this life.”
We all are, Danielle.
Every photo of JoJo Siwa contains the sort of forced exuberance that you expect to see from an adult actor on a TV show aimed at preschoolers.
In the mean time, everything about Danielle Bregoli seems to be the culmination of every parent’s nightmare. She’s an amalgam of personality problems and it’s making her rich.
It’s not a surprise that these two are feuding. It’s just a surprise that it’s taken this long.
This feud between 15-year-old girls began when a grown adult woman decided to take to social media to post a lengthy rant about why one was better than the other.
“I’ve seen people make fun of this girl many times because ‘she’s acting too young,'” writes a woman named Nicole.
“I don’t know too much about her,” the woman writes of JoJo. “But all three of my girls love her.”
She’s 15 years old and a face of Nickelodeon,” the post continues. “She also is a spokesperson for Michael’s Arts and Crafts store.”
“There are GROWN WOMEN on some of her posts who are trashing her because of the way that she acts.”
After decrying this, this grown woman then goes on to trash a different 15-year-old girl for the way that she acts.
Nicole whines about Danielle Bregoli, who “has publicly disrespected her mother, danced half-naked on the internet, dressed like she’s grown, etc.”
Many would point out that all of those activities are very age-appropriate for a high schooler.
“I would much rather have girls love JoJo,” she writes. “Than ‘Bhad Bhabie.'”
The woman then writes a line that has only ever been used by bad people: “And people wonder why the kids these days act the way they do.”
“People like JoJo are made fun of for being young while people like ‘catch me outside’ girl makes [sic] millions being a delinquent.”
In and of itself, that sounds like a woman who is trying to defend a teen girl against unwarranted trolling (while also making some mostly fair criticisms of another teen girl).
JoJo Siwa — or whoever runs her social media accounts — boosted this post, adding her own words:
“This post means so much to me,” the JoJo Siwa tweet reads.
“Thank you Nicole for writing this! I love being a positive role model,” she writes. “And I want everyone to know it’s ok to be a kid and to not worry about growing up so fast!”
The tweet concludes: “To everyone who supports me, I LOVE YOU!”
Would you care to guess who didn’t particularly care for … any of this?
Danielle Bregoli herself quoted JoJo’s tweet, adding a few choice words of her own.
“Suck my dick,” Danielle tweeted. That’s a fair and, frankly, age-appropriate response to seeing another girl your age boost a post dedicated to bashing you.
JoJo hadn’t said anything directly bad about Danielle at that point — she’d just promoted a post that did.
After Danielle’s tweet, that changed.
“Exactly my point,” JoJo writes while quoting Danielle’s tweet.
We’ve definitely been hard on Danielle in the past, because, well, she did very much become famous because of her delinquent behavior.
But she’s turned unfortunate circumstances into a success story — and she’s still a literal child. That’s impressive.
Danielle Bregoli is breaking records with her music, and was nominated for 2018 Billboard Music Award for Top Rap Female Artist earlier this year.
JoJo is also a success story, absolutely, but while it is never appropriate to harass her with comments about her appearance, we should be honest.
Danielle’s behavior — awful and occassionally criminal though it may be — is wildly more age-appropriate than JoJo’s.
JoJo’s look is clearly designed to appeal to a certain demographic — young children and their easily scandalized parents.
Danielle is appealing to people within her own age range, and it’s working. Part of that is because Danielle reads like an authentic teenager and not as a cartoonish caricature.
We’re sure that JoJo will one day be able to shed this look and live as herself. For now, she’s a minor and she’s making money by catering to kids. Whatever makes her happy.
But she should know that one can accept a compliment without agreeing with insults aimed at someone else.