That’s just the latest antic that has gotten them headlines, yet the couple seems to feel like they’re on top of the world. Their credentials for being D.C. upper-crust, though, have been under scrutiny. Are they revealing just how classless they really are?
In Part 1 of Zap2it’schat with the Salahis at the TCA Press Tour, they told us that the media had gotten all the details wrong surrounding their alleged gate-crashing of President Obama’s first state dinner, insisting that they were invited guests.
In this second installment, the Salahis tell us they have no regrets about taking part in the Bravo reality show. “I thought it was fun. It’s the kind of day where you look forward to the next,” says Michaele.
]]>Yet it seems as if they don’t quite get along with the majority of their cast mates. “Stacie and Jason [Turner] are a class act,” says Tareq, though he pleads the fifth on the rest of the cast. In fact the Salahis and Turners take a trip to Paris together this season on the show.
As we mentioned earlier, wherever the couple goes, drama ensues. Later that night after we spoke to them, Tareq apparently got into an altercation with fellow cast member, model-agency owner Lynda Erkiletian, which reportedly ended with him throwing a glass of wine in her face.
Our sources who were there tell us that Tareq wasn’t happy about a comment Lynda made in the premiere. She called the couple “second tier people” in the social hierarchy of D.C. In fact, Lynda takes her gloves off when it comes to the Salahis very early in the premiere episode.
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What do you think? Are the Salahis’ antics proving that they’re not as A-List as they believe themselves to be?