EXCLUSIVE: The Salahis Crash Dallas Cowboys Suite At Super Bowl: 'Not Invited, Immediately Removed' Says Rep


Feb. 8 2011, Published 2:30 p.m. ET

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Michaele and Tareq Salahi claim they were invited to watch the Super Bowl on Sunday in the Dallas Cowboys’ owner’s suite and even took photos, but has learned exclusively that the party-crashing couple was not invited and was removed by security.

“Not invited and were immediately, but discreetly, escorted out of the suite by security,” Brett Daniels, Director of Client Services for the Dallas Cowboys, told

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The Salahis have developed a reputation for crashing parties, and find no shame in bragging about it and adamantly acting as if they were invited.

“Super Bowl XLV rocks. Owners suite, with Jerry Jr and friends,,,” Michaele posted on her Twitter account, along with a photo of her and husband Tareq with Jerry Jones Jr., the son of Cowboy’s owner Jerry Jones.

As previously reported, the Salahis have weaved a tangled web of lies, beginning with using a house they didn’t even own as theirs when they auditioned for The Real Housewives of D.C.

In fact, the sprawling mansion with a pool and tennis court in Hume, Virginia, belongs to Stuart and Daphne Himelfarb – who actually appeared with the Salahis in an episode where the couples dined at a restaurant.

Additionally, once on the hit Bravo show the Salahis allegedly showed up at the White House State Dinner in 2009 without invitations and were photographed with President Barack Obama.

Shortly after, the United States Secret Service issued a statement saying the Salahis were not invited and had in fact ‘crashed’ the event.

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UPDATE: The Cowboys have since claimed the Salahis were at the game with their own tickets and were in a club near the Jones's Suite, when they decided to say hello during pregame and then soon moved on.

That's despite Michaele Salahi previously claiming she and her husband spent "the entire time" in the suite, including posting Twitter images boasting she and her husband were socializing with President George Bush.



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