The Real Housewives of New Jersey: Judge Halts Release of Danielle's Sex Video
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
There's always something to talk about when it comes to Danielle Staub, proving that there's never really a dull moment on The Real Housewives of New Jersey.    Week after week, the controversy surrounding the most hated New Jersey Housewife thickens, whether it has something to do with her shady criminal past, her sexual exploits, her questionable parenting skills or her catfights with her fellow co-stars. This week, it's all about her alleged sex tape.

As BuddyTV reported last week, Staub's ex-boyfriend, Steve Zalewski, also known as the guy who was publicly dumped by Staub on The Real Housewives of New Jersey, claims that the 46-year-old mother of two has a sex tape and he's considering releasing it to the public to score some cash.

Staub, however, claims that she didn't know that he taped their sexcapades until she read it in a magazine. Thus, according to New York Daily News, a judge in Passaic County Superior Court temporarily halted the release of the sex tape.

"It sickened me," Staub, 46, told the judge during a hearing, reasoning that Zalewski, 27, was trying to get revenge because she dumped him.

"This is about my kids," the mother of two said of her suit against Zalewski. "I'm a big girl. Do what you want to me. But you broke bread with my children... No adult should ever do this to a child."

Zalewski was not in court and did not return calls for comment.

Meanwhile, it seems that Staub has more explaining to do even though she was able to successfully halt the release of the sex tape. The latest revelations about her criminal record have surfaced after published 26 pages of federal court documents that detail Staub's crime-ridden past --- a major story line during the first season and a controversial subject on last night's reunion show.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: NY Daily News
(Image courtesy of AP)