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‘Real Housewives of NJ’ Banned from Garden State Country Club After Fight

Aug 23, 2010  •  Post A Comment

"The Real Housewives of New Jersey" has been banned from the North Jersey Country Club in Wayne, N.J. after the show was allowed to film there and cast members got into a fight, reports the New York Post

At a fashion show held at the country club, hosted by Kim from Posche Boutique, Danielle Staub and Teresa Giudice got into an altercation in the foyer.

During the fight, Jacqueline Laurita’s daughter, Ashley, ripped out some of Staub’s hair extensions. Ashley was charged by the police with assault.

The country club apologized to its members for allowing the show inside and claimed it didn’t know what the program was about, the article says.

John Stanley, the country club’s manager, said that the show won’t be allowed back in.

6 Comments

  1. How tacky these women are! Teresa looked like a fat cow running after Danielle and acting like trash screaming on top of her lungs! Nice role model for her kids!…I hate this women, she needs to go away!

  2. How tacky these women are! Teresa looked like a fat cow running after Danielle and acting like trash screaming on top of her lungs! Nice role model for her kids!…I hate this women, she needs to go away!

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