Marty Caffrey didn’t agree with Danielle Staub’s recent comments about their breakup. Caffrey released a statement to Us Weekly on the 4th of October, Thursday, where he said he didn’t have any interest in the world of reality television celebrities, describing them as manufactured, and living fake lives and fake truths.
Marty said he can’t wait to get back to his real friends, consisting of people who he genuinely loves, like his friends and his family, who live in the real “reality,” rather than the fake one, generated by television producers.
“This is my statement,” the reality star concluded, “I’m not going to dignify her absurd, defamatory, and false comments.” During an appearence on The Wendy Williams Show on the 3rd of October, Staub claimed that alcohol was one of the primary agents in their breakup.
Danielle said Marty “hit cocktail hour” too heavily, and it managed to change things for the worse. She added that it changes things for everybody, and for him. It makes it worse, rather than better.
He can’t really navigate and maneuver through the things that are going on, the reality star remarked. When Wendy asked her about Marty and whether he liked being a “house-husband,” she said that his “want” for attention is what bothered and disappointed her the most.
Staub insinuated that Marty used social media as a platform for venting about his significant other and it just didn’t work out. As it was previously reported, Danielle and Marty broke up back in September.
Prior to that, the TV personality also asked for a restraining order against her estranged husband. When he was in their garage, she claimed in the court documents, he appeared to be drunk, agitated, and slightly aggressive and confrontational.
In a statement to Us Weekly, a representative for the Real Housewives star said that his allegations were “laughable.” Marty supposedly accused Danielle of threatening him.