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Danielle Staub Was Treated Like An Animal But Is Still Thankful

There was some mad crazy drama on Monday’s episode of the Real Housewives of New Jersey. There was yelling, chasing, name calling and hair pulling. Yeah, those girls know how to party. And after the action happens, the ladies of Jersey like to dish about what happened. A lot. They chat about it on the show itself to friends, family and personal interviews. They chat about it on Andy Cohen’s Watch What Happens. They chat about it on Twitter. And they are given their own platform to pontificate publically on the Bravotv.com website.  And after Monday’s episode, who were we dying to hear from? Danielle Staub. But she didn’t dish as much as you’d think instead… she only spent about 100 words talking about the altercation and about 400 words thanking her ‘people’ and bragging about what her daughters are up to.

When talking about the big fight with the other ladies she proclaimed that she was “chased, set up, and treated like an animal.” But then she changed gears to more of a “light and love” place, thanking her fans, addressing the success of her musical release “Real Close,” and suggesting you check out her book and her clothing line Danielle’s Mafia.  And her daughters? They seem to be doing okay. Her daughter Christine is booked for modeling gigs all the way up to September’s fashion week and will be featured in a 14 page spread in Blackbook Magazine. And her younger daughter Jillian Marie will be releasing her song, “What You’re Talking About,” digitally soon. Do you think Danielle is pushing her daughters to seek fame? Is she trying to utilize the Real Housewives momentum not just to promote herself but the whole family?

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