That was fast!
Danielle Staub and Oliver Maier have called it quits on their wedding just days after RadarOnline.com released bombshell video of the RHONJ star's fiance getting "blackout drunk" during a wild beach romp in St. Barth over the weekend.
Multiple sources confirmed the breakup news to US Weekly, adding the pair cancelled their date to get married at the Justice of the Peace in New York City on Monday, March 4, after only six weeks of dating.
The couple also allegedly went shopping for an engagement ring over the weekend, but Maier, who is a duke of Provence, France, ultimately did not purchase one for Staub, 56, according to US.
“Danielle’s daughters haven’t met him yet,” a source told Us Weekly of Staub’s daughters, Jillian and Christine, from a previous marriage. “After today she realized she wants to bring her kids into the process more. The wedding has been postponed. Her daughters were surprised because everything happened so fast.”
As readers know, Radar released a shocking video of a drunken Maier sitting on the sand as waves knocked him down.
At one point, he was unable to stand and two men dragged him safely to shore.
“They’ve been at the hotel the last couple of days,” an eyewitness told Radar of the couple, who stayed at Cheval Blanc St-Barth Isle de France. “We happened to notice them at the pool drinking. It’s obvious she drank a lot. She was s**t faced!”
“He swam all the way out,” the insider claimed. “It was alarming cause he was s**t faced. He was swimming back and he couldn’t get out of the ocean so I called someone for help.”
When the group tried to help Maier, the source claimed he screamed, “Don’t touch me! You don’t know who I am! I’m the Duke! Who do you think you are?!"
“He was on a level I never saw before,” the witness said.
Staub’s split from Maier comes less than two weeks after her divorce from ex-husband Marty Caffrey was finalized following their tumultuous relationship.
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