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The Real Housewives Of DC: Michaele Salahi’s White House Party Crashing Dress Could Be Yours!

September 04, 2010 02:00 PM by Jennifer

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In a recent episode of  The Real Housewives of DC, Michaele Salahi and her husband were accused of crashing a dinner party at the White House. Now you can own a piece of the controversy! Read on to find out how the outfit she wore that night could be yours!

The infamous red dress that Salahi wore to the dinner has been handed over by the couple to an auction house, to go up for sale October 2, 2010, according to TMZ.com.  Apparently, despite their rumored financial troubles, the Salahi’s are giving some of the proceeds of the sale to the Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund. The couple maintains they were invited guests to the dinner, despite reports that they snuck in.

The couple has been under scrutiny lately for financial problems, including a lawsuit filed by a company that said back in 2008, Tareq Salahi failed to pay for more than $4,000 worth of goods from a Polo event, according to TMZ.com. One of their costars, Lynda Erkiletian refused to participate in a yearly event put on by Salahi, because, according to her,”nobody got paid.”

Also in a recent episode, the couple was accused of refusing to pay a dime of the costs for a party that Michaele Salahi hosted for her friend, Paul Wharton, even though Salahi’s husband was rumored to have been speaking out about how much he spent on the event.

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