Jacqueline Laurita calls out Danielle Staub over hair-pulling in 'RHONJ' trailer 1

Jacqueline Laurita has been dragging Danielle Staub on Twitter over the weekend like she by no means left the “Real Housewives of New Jersey.”

The 49-year-old ex-reality star, who now resides in Nevada, took to social media to level out her former co-star’s hypocrisy after the brand new Season 10 trailer confirmed Staub, 57, pulling Margaret Joseph’s hair.

In 2010, Staub took Laurita’s then-teen daughter, Ashley Holmes, to courtroom after the younger lady pulled Staub’s hair throughout a verbal struggle together with her mom. She was discovered responsible of straightforward assault.

“It’s fascinating to me that Danielle Slob prosecuted my 18 12 months previous daughter for pulling her weave when she, as an ADULT, ripped out @MargaretJosephs hair in a tantrum,” Laurita tweeted. “God I hope Margaret brings a mannequin head to the reunion to demonstrate the attack and sues her ass.”

When considered one of Staub’s followers got here to her protection and mentioned the fact star raised daughters who’re “college graduates,” Laurita responded, “Her kids are like that in spite of her not because of her. Do you really think they wanted to grow up to be a prostitution whore like their mother?”

In the trailer, Josephs, 52, dumps water over Staub’s hair, so Staub seemingly retaliates.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9mp7t6ITVo?model=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=clear

A fan defined to Laurita, “If somebody spilled a pitcher of water all over me I’d pull their weave,” including, “honey your daughter was a spoiled brat and did that with no reason.”

Laurita justified her daughter’s actions, stating, “She was told by someone there that [Danielle Staub] hit me. So if you would hit someone that poured water on you im sure you would go after someone that hit your mother.”

Staub has not responded to Laurita’s feedback on Twitter.

Her rep didn’t instantly return Page Six’s requests for remark.


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