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CNNMoney: White House crasher auctions wedding ringupdated: Fri Oct 07 2011 15:28:00

Out of sight out of mind? That's what Tareq Salahi hopes will happen after selling the bulk of his and his wife's personal possessions this weekend.

Salahi files for divorce from wifeupdated: Tue Sep 20 2011 06:07:00

Former reality star Tareq Salahi files for divorce from Michaele, citing adultery. Showbiz Tonight's A.J. Hammer reports.

'Real Housewife's' adulterous journey really hurts, husband saysupdated: Tue Sep 20 2011 06:07:00

Tareq Salahi is "greatly hurt and disturbed" by wife's "adulterous affair" with a rock musician and he wants a divorce, according to court documents.

People.com: Tareq Salahi Files for Divorce from Runaway Wife Michaeleupdated: Sun Sep 18 2011 09:29:00

The former reality star cites adultery and abandonment in his filing against Michaele

'Real Housewife' gone but not kidnappedupdated: Fri Sep 16 2011 09:45:00

Journalist Diane Dimond discusses Michaele Salahi, who was with a famous guitarist when her husband reported her missing.

'Housewives' star Michaele Salahi assures deputy she's not kidnappedupdated: Fri Sep 16 2011 09:45:00

"Real Housewives of D.C." star Michaele Salahi hit the road with Journey guitarist Neal Schon and was not kidnapped as her husband suspected, according to a representative with Schon's management company.

People.com: Michaele Salahi Was Not Kidnapped as Husband Claimedupdated: Thu Sep 15 2011 11:52:00

It turns out the Real Housewives star is reportedly with Journey guitarist Neal Schon

People.com: Michaele Salahi Joins - and Leaves - Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drewupdated: Wed Mar 09 2011 17:11:00

The Real Housewives star "doesn't have an addiction," her husband tells PEOPLE

People.com: Alex McCord: Salahis Ruined Real Housewives of DCupdated: Fri Oct 22 2010 18:09:00

"Can we please pull the plug on them?" the New York star says of Michaele and Tareq Salahi

Reliable Sources: Woodward knows how to close the dealupdated: Fri Oct 08 2010 09:30:00

Twenty-nine years ago, Bob Woodward took me to lunch at a fancy Washington eatery. He was trying to talk me into a job.

People.com: Alex McCord: I Still Don't Trust the Salahisupdated: Fri Oct 01 2010 13:48:00

The Real Housewives of NYC star discusses the latest episode of The Real Housewives of DC

Book: Michaele Salahi has multiple sclerosisupdated: Wed Sep 15 2010 11:28:00

Michaele Salahi, best known for crashing a White House state dinner with her husband last year, suffers from multiple sclerosis, according to a new book released Wednesday.

White House 'crashers' clear the airupdated: Wed Sep 15 2010 11:28:00

The controversial reality stars talk about their White House statehouse dinner, new-found fame and Playboy rumors.

Former White House social secretary says crasher scandal 'in the past'updated: Sat Aug 14 2010 21:25:00

Former White House social secretary Desiree Rogers told CNN's Don Lemon on Saturday that she is excited about her new position as chief executive officer of a publishing company and that she has put the state dinner crasher scandal behind her.

D.C. police open investigation into Salahis' security detailupdated: Sat Aug 14 2010 11:51:00

Washington D.C. Metropolitan police have opened an investigation into whether reality television stars Tareq and Michaele Salahi got a police escort for their limousine to attend a party, as depicted on this week's episode of "The Real Housewives of D.C."

White House crashers to be on reality TV showupdated: Sat Mar 27 2010 18:29:00

White House "gate-crashers" Michaele and Tareq Salahi are to be featured in the upcoming series "Real Housewives of DC," according to their media representative.

Alleged dinner crashers invoke Fifth Amendmentupdated: Wed Jan 20 2010 13:20:00

In what one member of Congress called "a charade," a couple that showed up at President Obama's first state dinner -- uninvited, the White House claims -- declined to answer questions surrounding the event before a House committee Wednesday.

Mr. Salahi pleads the fifthupdated: Wed Jan 20 2010 13:20:00

Appearing before the House Homeland Security Committee, Tareq Salahi invoked his Fifth Amendment rights.

People.com: White House 'Party Crashers' Get Boos - at Their Own Partyupdated: Wed Jan 20 2010 09:07:00

"We're sick of it," Tareq Salahi says of what he calls the erroneous reports they went to a Washington function uninvited

Secret Service reports third White House party crasherupdated: Tue Jan 05 2010 09:58:00

The Salahis weren't the only unauthorized guests at President Obama's first White House state dinner.

Dinner 'crashers' stood out years agoupdated: Wed Dec 09 2009 15:39:00

I confess, I've met Tareq and Michaele Salahi.

WH protects social secretaryupdated: Wed Dec 09 2009 15:39:00

The White House Social Secretary avoids testifying on state dinner security, citing separation of powers.

Salahis prepared to invoke Fifth Amendment, attorney saysupdated: Tue Dec 08 2009 19:51:00

The Virginia couple who slipped through White House security and shook hands with President Obama will invoke the Fifth Amendment, which protects against self-incrimination, if subpoenaed to testify to Congress, according to a letter from the couple's lawyer.

Lawmakers want answers on 'party-crashing' dramaupdated: Wed Dec 02 2009 18:34:00

White House social secretary Desiree Rogers will not be testifying at Thursday's congressional hearing about the recent White House security breach, Robert Gibbs said Wednesday.

Dinner crasher: 'We were invited'updated: Tue Dec 01 2009 17:58:00

The latest news on the White House party crashers from Showbiz Tonight's A.J. Hammer.

Couple didn't crash White House dinner, husband saysupdated: Tue Dec 01 2009 17:58:00

Tareq Salahi said Tuesday he and his wife "did not party-crash" a White House state dinner last week.

People.com: White House Crashers Speak!updated: Tue Dec 01 2009 13:14:00

The Salahis claim they were invited - but they won't say by whom

TV stokes desperate hunger for fameupdated: Mon Nov 30 2009 15:51:00

All the world's a stage, Shakespeare wrote long before television came into view.

Prosecute the White House gate-crashersupdated: Mon Nov 30 2009 08:48:00

The gate crashers Michaele and Tareq Salahi want to be famous as stars of reality television. I am all for that. Give them a reality television series and call it "Trial and Jailtime" in the D.C. criminal justice system. This despicable, desperate, duplicitous couple disgraced the Secret Service and embarrassed the president in his home.

Couple at state dinner met president, White House official saysupdated: Sun Nov 29 2009 07:44:00

A couple who allegedly crashed this week's state dinner at the White House met President Obama in a reception line at the event, a White House official told CNN on Friday.

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