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Thursday, September 2, 2010

Mary Does Not Talk To The Salahi's

Post from Radar Online.

Photo: Andrew Thayer
Tensions, tears — and Tareq — will dominate next Thursday’s episode of the hit Bravo reality show Real Housewives of D.C.
In a teaser of episode five, the popular and classy cast-mate Mary Schmidt Amons breaks down in tears while at dinner at Tareq and Michaele Salahi’s now defunct winery in Virginia.

Now can reveal the source of the high drama and why it has driven a major divide between the women of the series and the notorious White House ‘gatecrashers’.

In the episode to air Thursday, Tareq accuses one of Mary’s daughters of being linked to the theft of his personal belongings — polo gear — a claim the Washingtonian woman emphatically denies.
“It was very upsetting and disturbing to have your daughter falsely accused of something,” Mary told, in an exclusive interview.
“What was so upsetting, they actually don’t accuse her any crime, but being friends with someone who wronged them. She made a Facebook comment about whatever happened — it was a benign comment, which you will see.

“But it triggered a stomach-turning gut reaction because, in my opinion, this is stooping to the lowest of lows.
“I don’t care if it was true or not, but the fact that these people decided to bring something up that ‘apparently’ occurred years ago and to link to my daughter, I think was unfair.

“To put this on national television speaks to their character.”

While the Salahis seem to feed off of their infamy, their behavior has ostracized Mary and their co-stars Lynda Erkiletian, Catherine Ommanney and Stacie Scott Turner.

“I am still very close friends with Cat, Lynda and Stacie; we have developed quite the little bond,” Mary dished to

“Going through what we have this last year will either bring you together or drive you apart.”

Asked if she still hangs out with the Salahis, Mary laughed, "No."

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