'Real Housewives NJ's' Jacqueline Laurita on Danielle Staub's lawsuit: 'She's pathetic'

real-houesewives-new-jersey-jacqueline-laurita-danielle-staub-lawsuit.jpgViewers are probably still spinning from Monday's (July 12) episode of " The Real Housewives of New Jersey" when all hell broke loose at a fashion show.

We've never seen so much fur fly (and we're not talking about Danielle's Staub's weave) on reality TV since the infamous table-flipping episode. In the end, no one was arrested, but Jacqueline Laurita's daughter, Ashley, did get fined $189 by a court for pulling Danielle's "hair."

Apparently that wasn't enough for the former jailbird. Danielle's lawyer spoke to Hollywood Life and said that they're pursuing a lawsuit against Teresa Giudice, Jacqueline, Ashley, and anyone else involved in the incident.

"We are going to use this footage and prepare a case against these women," Danielle's attorney, Paul Giblin, told the site. "We are seeking assault and battery charges, defamation of character and punitive damages as well."

The attorney also said they'll be asking a judge for restraining orders against the women. Zap2it spoke to Jacqueline about the legal threat.

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