An attorney says the husband of celebrity White House gate crasher and ex-reality star Michaele Salahi is glad that she's OK but heartbroken that she's apparently left home to be with rock band Journey's lead guitarist.
While her husband says she's missing, White House gate crasher and "Real Housewives of D.C." cast member Michaele Salahi has reportedly been with the band Journey in Tennessee.
Celebrity White House gate crasher husband Tareq Salahi is glad his wife, Michaele, is OK but heartbroken that she's left home to be with another man, reported to be lead guitarist for the rock band Journey, the couple's attorney said Thursday.
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The woman who made headlines for crashing a White House party was reported missing Tuesday night by her husband, but a police report Wednesday afternoon states she is safe and just needs time away from home.
The husband of "Real Housewives of D.C." cast member Michaele Salahi reported to police that he believed his wife had been abducted, but investigators said Wednesday she assured them she was with a friend and "where she wanted to be."
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