Danielle Staub Sex Tape Leaked Online
"Reel" Sex Scandal for "Real Housewives of New Jersey" Star
Danielle Staub Sex Tape
Danielle Staub, star of the hit reality series, "Real Housewives of New Jersey," attracts scandal the way she attracts men—frequently and intensely. She is the subject of a tell-all book written by her ex-husband, she was the victim of a "table-flipping" incident on this week's finale of her show, and now she is—possibly—the star of a sex tape being pawned by an ex-lover.
The ex-lover, 27-year-old Steve Zalewski, says that he has a sex tape featuring the 46-year-old Straub that he is considering selling. He told Star Magazine about this tape in a recent interview, wedged in between juicy tid-bits about his and Staub's sex life.
Among other salivating details, according to Fox News, Zalewski told Star, "not only does she [Straub] want to have sex all the time, but she loves the thrill of doing it in public places, where she night get caught."
Last week, Staub ended her relationship with Zalewski on the reality series (of course), and Zalewski admits to being bitter. Not only did Staub "dump" him, he says, but she never paid him back the money that she had borrowed from him. About his reasons for selling the sex tape, he told Star, "she cost me so much money, why shouldn't I make a few dollars?"
"The Real Housewives of New Jersey" is the most popular of the "Real Housewives" reality shows—others include "Real Housewives of New York City," and "Real Housewives of Atlanta"—and premiered to 1.72 million viewers. Since then, its popularity, and viewership has grown. Last Tuesday night's season finale, for instance, pulled in over 4.6 million viewers. Among 18-49-year-olds, this made it the most watched show in either broadcast or cable television. Viewers of this show got to see fellow "Housewife," Theresa, furiously flip a table over onto Straub.The subject of the feud that led to such violence? A scandalous book written by Staub's ex-husband. The book, "Cop Without a Badge," details what he says is Staub's history of snorting Coke and prostituting her body—both in person and on the stage as a stripper. On the show, Staub indignantly denies his charges and condemns her fellow "Housewives" for helping to spread such vicious rumors about her. This turns into a heated yelling match, punctuated by the "table-flipping" incident. Such scandalous incidents, on and off the screen, will likely make a ready audience for Zalewski's sex tape, should he decide to sell it.