Danielle Staub, the American reality star best known for her role on 'The Real Housewives of New Jersey', has taken a job as a stripper in New York, reports Tmz.com. It was assumed that Danielle Staub had landed bigger television roles when she left 'Real Housewives' after two seasons, however, she has reportedly begun working in Manhattan's 'Scores Gentleman's Club'.
Danielle Staub recently signed a 3-year-old deal at the club, agreeing to make a "live appearance" as well as appearing on ScoresLive.com. Staub will juggle working at the club with her filming duties on the new VH1 reality television series 'Famous Food', which will see a number of celebrities attempt to set-up and manage a restaurant. The show, which also features Ashley Dupre and Jake Pavelka, will see the stars working on everything from developing a menu to promoting their new venture. During her time on 'The Real Housewives of New Jersey', Staub often found herself in arguments and rows with Jacqueline Laurita. In one particular episode, Staub admitted to being arrested in 1986 for drug possession and extortion, after which she was sentenced to five-years' probation.
Danielle Staub was noticeably absent from last night's season three premiere of 'Real Housewives', during which a brawl broke out at a family christening.