Real Housewives of New Jersey Star Gone

By: Staff
Staff Writer
Published: Aug 17, 2021

Real Housewives of New Jersey star Danielle Staub has been fired by Bravo.

Real Housewives of New Jersey star gone. Danielle Staub, from Real Housewives of New Jersey, has been fired by Bravo. The New Jersey reality TV series won't be the same.

Staub, who is seen on the Real Housewives of New Jersey, was fired by Bravo this week. She is already talking about a new reality series. "There will be a lot of questions that will be answered," Danielle Staub said in a statement.

Following the reports that she will not be asked back, Staub issued a statement. "Actually, I'm not even thinking about season three right now, as I am considering many incredible options that have been presented to me," stated the reality star. The decision was a "complete shock, and she thought she was definitely going to return" to the series, a source stated.

The 45-year-old, divorcee is best known for her sex tape and a recent admission that she is "a member of the gay community". Staub has been the black sheep of the cast and controversy queen, often at the center of any cat fights among the New Jersey housewives. She is attempting to generate interest in a spin-off show that would focus on her life.

"Right now I just want to let fans know that we have a fantastic finale coming up next week and explosive reunion shows on August 30 and September 6. Don't worry, next year, I'll still be the one you either love to hate or hate to love," Staub recently stated in a statement.

During the first season of the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" Staub received additional media attention when participants in the reality show confronted Staub with Charles Kipps's book Cop Without a Badge. The book recounts events surrounding an undercover FBI informer Kevin Maher, one of Staub's former husbands, including Staub's arrest. She admitted that she was arrested in June of 1986 on charges of drug possession and extortion. Known at the time by her birth name Beverly Ann Merrill, Staub cooperated with authorities and claims to have received five years of probation.