Mahogany Jones talks Salahi saga in Sister 2 Sister
We apologize for the recent drought of Tareq and Michaele Salahi news. Neither the feds nor the Commonwealth of Virginia nor the producers of "Real Housewives" seems to have decided what to do about the White House state dinner crashers. But in the meantime, their publicist Mahogany Jones has opened up about the enigmatic horse-country socialites in an interview with "Sister 2 Sister" magazine publisher Jamie Foster Brown. Highlights:
· Are the Salahis paying her? (Do they pay anyone?) "I have received an initial amount of money from them."
· What is it they do for a living? "Tareq owns several companies. Michaele herself, as far as I know, used to be a Redskins cheerleader." (This is not true, the Redskins say.)
· Her first reaction to the news: "Who crashes the White House? It makes no sense."
· So really, what the heck were they up to? "I believe that they thought there was a chance they were going to actually be on the list and were going to be cleared to get into this event. ..... If they were denied, they would have turned around and gone home. ..... Did they make mistakes? I think they made a huge mistake in judgment."
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March 5, 2010; 1:01 AM ET
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