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EXCLUSIVE: Michaele Salahi To Tareq: “Do You Really Want A Divorce?”

Posted on January 10th, 2012 at 7:10 am
Exclusive

Tareq Salahi vs. Michaele Salahi:

It’s the nastiest divorce we’ve seen in a while and now only RumorFix can tell you about secret phone calls and an emotional meeting over the Thanksgiving holiday.

PICTURES: Michaele & Neal Locking Lips

Tareq, who gained fame for allegedly crashing the White House, tells RumorFix exclusively that, “Michaele showed up at my house the day after Thanksgiving.” He was stunned, it was the first time Tareq saw his estranged wife since she left him for Journey’s co-founder Neal Schon.

PICTURES: Michaele Doing What She Does Best

The former couple who starred on Real Housewives of DC talked for two hours, “and she apologized to me for what was done. She started crying, we both started crying,” he told us in the extremely candid interview. Tareq says Michaele then asked, “Do you really want a divorce?”

When it was time to say goodbye — the Salahis hugged, “but it was not like a goodbye hug — it was the hug of lovers,” he revealed.

Tareq then said he got a barrage of tearful phone calls from his ex about two weeks ago. They came at about the same time that a nude photo of Neal was leaked on the Internet. Tareq even says her mother called five times. Tareq asks, “Why does Michaele keep calling me?”

Tareq says Michaele even called him on New Year’s Eve — a call he didn’t take. “Good riddance to 2011,” he says. “I’m really looking forward to putting this in my past.”

Michaele’s rep tells RumorFix the story “has zero truth to it.”

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    • Rpcapes

      LIEING fool. Does Tareq ever stop to think that the real truth well surface soon?

      • Nona

        Hi Michelle,
        Learn to spell or learn to use spell check.

        • DDimond

          Big XOXO

    • DDimond

      Wanna know when Terd is going to release the sex tapes

    • Paladin

      The photo is priceless.  Looks like a screen capture from “Night of the Living Dead”.

    • Paladin

      And, by the way, like 99% of the crap on RumorFix, this obviously is some crap story sold to the site by the desperate Mr. Salahi.  It would appear that his appearance at the “lingerie pillow fight”, which included “girl-on-girl faux sex” in Essington, Pennsylvania might not have paid enough for his bus fare. As much as I don’t like either Mr. or Mrs.Salahi, the former’s sale of supposed “exclusives” to RumorFix really is starting to border on the absurd.  Although it pains me to no end to say it, Crazy Michelle [her real name] is starting to look not as crazy as Tareq.
      As Tareq is fond of saying,  “Cheers!”

      • http://www.facebook.com/richardayoub Richard Ayoub

        Paladin, your assumption is completely off. Mr. Salahi did not sell this story to RumorFix.

        • http://twitter.com/FameWhore212 Sharon Needles

          and we should believe you because…….

          • MJ

            Only TMZ gives Terd money for stories

        • Paladin

          Mr. Ayoub:  Thank you for the clarification, I think.  ”Mr. Salahi did not sell this story to RumorFix.”  I will accept that.

          Your statement, however, is more curious for what is not denied; that is, (1) RumorFix paid someone or some agency for that “exclusive”, and (2)  The story originated from Tareq Salahi.

    • http://twitter.com/FameWhore212 Roger Stern

      Just a warning ladies…..stay away from Tareq. I had the misfortune to go on a date with him and let me tell you – Don’t bother. At dinner he mysteriously left his wallet at home leaving me to pick up the check. The crappy car he drove smelled of dog. Blame it on too much wine but I actually almost slept with him. Thank God there was a delay for the Viagra to kick in because once I saw what was under that suit from 1980 my sudden nausea was quite apparent and he made a quick exit. He wants you to believe he is a fascinating wealthy playboy but he is more like a greasy broke assed slime ball. He better hope Michaele takes him back because let me tell you, he’s gonna have some lonely nights.

    • Sue

      The ex’s just cant let go.    Paladin is a fake name Richard don’t waste your time.

      • Nona

        Wow, Michelle, you really dug up an old fake identity for this comment. Are you and Richard on a first name basis? Maybe you planted/sold this story. No one believes the exes bulls*it you are just showing your own stupidity.

      • Paladin

        Dearest “Sue”: 

        Sorry, but I cannot help myself.  Your comment really demands that I paraphrase Dan Akroyd from the classic 1970′s SNL skit which was a parody on the “Point-Counterpoint” segment of the CBS show “60 Minutes”.  So, I must say,
        Sue, you ignorant slut.Paladin was the “knight without armor” in
        Have Gun — Will Travel, an American Western television series that aired on CBS from 1957 through 1963. It was rated either number three or number four in the Nielsen ratings during each year of its first four seasons. It was one of the few television shows to spawn a successful radio version. The radio series debuted November 23, 1958.
        The show followed the adventures of “Paladin”, a gentleman gunfighter (played by Richard Boone on television, and by John Dehner on radio), who preferred to settle problems without violence; yet, when forced to fight, excelled,  Many who met him initially mistook him for a dandy from the East. But when working, he dressed in black, carried a derringer under his belt, used calling cards with a chess knight emblem, and wore a stereotypical western-style black gunbelt with the same chess knight symbol attached to the holster.
        The knight symbol refers to his name — a nickname or working name — and his occupation as a champion-for-hire The theme song of the series refers to him as “a knight without armor”. In “The Road to Wickenburg”, Paladin draws a parallel between his methods and the chess piece’s movement: “It’s an attack piece, the most versatile on the board. It can move eight different ways, over barriers, and [is] always unexpected.”

         
         

        • Paladin

          The card.

    • Sandy Roscoe

      Just a warning ladies…..stay away from Tareq. I had the misfortune to go on a date with him and let me tell you – Don’t bother. At dinner he mysteriously left his wallet at home leaving me to pick up the check. The crappy car he drove smelled of dog. Blame it on too much wine but I actually almost slept with him. Thank God there was a delay for the Viagra to kick in because once I saw what was under that suit from 1980 my sudden nausea was quite apparent and he made a quick exit. He wants you to believe he is a fascinating wealthy playboy but he is more like a greasy broke assed slime ball. He better hope Michaele takes him back because let me tell you, he’s gonna have some lonely nights.

      • DDimond

        Did he salahi his pants too?

    • Hotnfit4u69

      sandy, when did you have the displeasure of going on a date with Mr Saladin? Where did you take him to dinner? Lol

    • http://www.facebook.com/CYNTHIA.MAERTZ.RATZKE Cynthia Ratzke

      Let me guess.  Michelle still goes back with Neal.  Someday soon, she’ll return to Tareq but not before she packs up all her lingerie, clothing, jewelry and drives back to Virginia in the Bently.  Wouldn’t want to leave all those things behind!  Absurd as it may sound, in Salahiworld, not out of the realm of possibility!

    • Ann

      Wah Wah Wah more fake people!!!

    • Who’s Paladin??

      Paladin,
      How do you know the Salahi’s so well?  I’ve googled, “Salahi and Paladin” and PAGES among PAGES come back with two words highlighted… SALAHI and PALADIN– all of you commenting on articles about them.  This is not an attack on you- I agree with almost all of your opinions (specifically excluding the one that critisizes their “Captain”).  Yes, that’s me. 

      I just find it odd that you have so much time to search through TMZ articles just to put down a couple that is obviously a mess.  You obviously have an obsession with them.