The Salamis doin’ their usual smilin’, ‘cocked head’ pose
Michaele Salami just won’t give up and go away… remember her from the Real Housewives of DC??? She has entered this on her facebook page in the hopes that Bravo Andy will read it and remember who she is:
“A MS awareness “Real” message: “When Reality gets too Real for TV” Some TV executives struggle on how to deal with real life illnesses, in my case a Real Housewife with Multiple Sclerosis… How do you think a network like Bravo will handle it? These are the real hard issues that face persons with disabilities throughout the world with their employers or contractors. Watch what happens!”
NOTE: Is her message a dare to Bravo and Andy (TV executive) in particular? If Bravo does not renew RHODC for a second season (which is not likely), will Missy have the big burglar balls to sue them for discriminating against a ‘disabled’ person? Missy claims that she is afflicted with MS, but she has yet to produce any legitimate recent test results or doctor’s affidavits to confirm her diagnosis. Scammer, con artist pros such as the Salamis will do anything to remain in the public eye and will do anything to generate income, such as suing Bravo and Miss Andy… Missy’s last line says it all: ’Watch what happens!’ Yeah, we’re watchin’ you, Missy…
THE SALAMIS GOT AWAY WITH IT…
Doin’ their usual pose…
WASHINGTON –More than a year after photogenic Tareq and Michaele Salahi crashed the White House and caused an uproar, it appears unlikely the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Washington will file charges in the case, ticklethewire.com has learned.
That conclusion, according to a source, comes after an exhaustive investigation, and after some law enforcement officials had pushed for criminal charges. The couple crashed the White House party on Nov. 24, 2009, and created an embarrassment for the U.S. Secret Service and the Department of Homeland Security.
Federal authorities had reportedly been looking at possibly charging the couple with criminally trespassing or lying to a federal agent. But some observers inside the Beltway felt all along that it would have been a tough case to prosecute, particularly considering that the couple insisted they were invited, did nothing to disguise themselves when they entered the White House, and even posed with the vice president. Plus, in the end, fair to say, very few people in the public wanted to see the Salahis back in the limelight.
Bill Miller, a spokesman for U.S. Attorney’s Office, declined comment.