Danielle Staub

Danielle talks finding a positive path, the 'Real' dirt on her co-stars, the drive by attempt and more.

on May 3, 2010

 

I’m trying to move on with my life. With that said, I have a mantra that I’ve learned through my life experiences, that is, if it feels good draw it near, if it doesn’t, steer clear. In the first scene you’ll see me driving toward a negative situation. I knew that I was most likely not going to go to Caroline’s house, but at that point, I was still learning how to know the difference between positive and negative feelings. Again, I might fall – but I’ll get up and I’ll carry on the positive path.

Teresa, Teresa, Teresa ... Seriously? A Jewish anti-Semitic statement out of your darling little daughter’s mouth? Is this how you teach your children? I suggest you pay a little more attention to what’s going on in your home and less to what’s going on in mine. And when you talk about my vagina ... could you do so a little bit less? It’s beginning to concern me how obsessed you are with my body, mainly my vagina. You’re like an insane asylum without medication. You have no filter, no vocabulary, and absolutely no room to be passing judgment upon others. I’d love to entertain your thoughts of me giving a crap what you say about me. But oh, gee ... I don’t. Sometimes listening to your voice is like nails on a chalkboard. Just sayin’ my personal opinion. I would love to talk all day about everything that is going on in your life ...  all those wonderful things when you claim you have nothing to hide. Maybe we’ll save just a little bit for episode two. And your husband is filling your trash cans with perfectly good toys that your children have finished playing with? It may be a good idea to, instead, clean them up and give them to underprivileged children. Just a suggestion – not that you are asking, but I am going to tell you anyway. If that is your way of giving back – you should consider why you think you are such a wonderful person.

Jacqueline – why are you talking to your daughter about birth control now? I think it would have been more important when she told you she was giving BJs at the age of 17. I never once heard you voice one concern about birth control at that point. "Just sayin’." And as far as your husband telling me that he doesn’t want me around, you stated that very clearly in a national publication before your son was even born. You know, the son that I helped you to conceive by taking you to my infertility doctor of 17 years? When you told me to stay away, I stayed away. So, did your husband really expect me to bring a baby gift? Congratulations. You have a beautiful baby boy – and now your true colors are really starting to show. I really felt bad that Ashley got thrown out of Catholic school. I'm so happy to hear she finally did graduate. Was that by a GED or with her graduating class?

Shows me a lot about who you really are Caroline. You’ve shown me who you really are and it's definitely not a matriarch. But when you decided Kim’s boyfriend Michael, who was completely wasted, was a source of value, instead of a man clearly in an “alcoholic” dazed stupor. Are you really that desperate to hear anyone talk about me? You did, after all research me by your own admission. It took you back 25 years to find anything bad about me, right? Will you stop at nothing? You yourself say your husband is never home because he works all the time. Sweetie, get a hobby. So, you threw a thousand dollar a plate dinner? Was that for the sheriff, or was that for your good friend, Bernie Kerik, who is serving a four year sentence? Is what he did more important then what I did 25 years ago? That glass house thing, so cliché – but very applicable here. I know a lot of women the same age as me. I’m proud I don’t know you as well as you think you know me. The only thing we share is age.