Michaele Salahi

Michaele Salahi
Michaele Salahi is an American model (supposedly) and socialite. She is currently best known for crashing the November 24, 2009 White House state dinner along with her husband Tareq - then getting in trouble when she posted pictures on her Facebook.

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1965-10-01
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Michelle Holt
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Fairfax Va
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United States
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Model Socialite Party Crasher
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Having face and ass fucked while hubby watches Being spanked by strangers Being a fuck toy
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Being tea bagged and and ass fuck till she bleeds
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Michaele Salahi is an American model (supposedly) and socialite. She is currently best known for crashing the November 24, 2009 White House state dinner along with her husband Tareq - then getting in trouble when she posted pictures on her Facebook.

Michaele Salahi Career?

She is rumored to be one of the featured housewives on Bravo's upcoming The Real Housewives of DC and sources say cameramen for the show followed the couple to the White House.She has claimed to be a former model and Washington Redskins cheerleader, she has also claimed to have been featured in numerous television spots, was the face of Virginia.org's Wine Getaways ad campaign, and has also claimed to have been featured in O, Gourmet, Conde Nast Traveller, Home & Garden, The New Yorker, Vogue, Elle, Victoria's Secret amongst others.Many of these claims appear to be embellishments or outright lies, as both the Washington Redskins and Victoria's Secret have publicly stated that she has never worked for them. According to the Washington Post: Michaele Salahi told a reporter that she had been a Washington Redskins cheerleader, and she has been photographed at several alumni events. But the cheerleaders' director of marketing, Melanie Coburn, wrote in an e-mail: "We have no record of her being a member of the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders." Nor could the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders Alumni Association find any record of her, said Terri Crane-Lamb, president of the association. One former cheerleader, Konnie McKee, said Michaele Salahi came to alumni events, but no one remembered her being on the squad. McKee and Crane-Lamb noticed Michaele Salahi attending WRCAA events. "I remember Terri and I talking: 'What's the deal? Does anyone remember her?'" Rachel Harshman, who owns a horse farm near Middleburg, Va., and was formerly friends with Michaele Salahi, says the couple owe her tens of thousands of dollars. She had noted something odd when she had met Michaele Salahi in the 1990s. At the time, she said, Michaele Salahi was working jobs in retail and living with her parents in a simple condominium in Oakton, Va. The family was not wealthy, Harshman says. One night out with friends, Harshman said, she was surprised when Michaele Salahi casually mentioned that she was a model. "I said, 'You never mentioned this to me before.' " Later, Harshman said, "it grew into 'supermodel.' I ignored it half the time."

Michaele Salahi Crashing the White House

According to media reports, the first the White House security detail knew of their blunder in allowing them into Tuesday's event was when the couple posted photographs from the dinner on their Facebook page. They got busted because they Facebragged.

Invited guest Brian Williams, news stiff on the NBC Nightly News, observed the Salahis' SUV being turned down from the East Gate entrance. After that, he saw them and film crew leave their vehicle and walk to the White House. They entered through two security checkpoints; only one of them checked for photo ID. The White House on November 27 released photos of the couple posing with President Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, and Chief of Staff Rahm Emmanuel. Secret Service director Mark Sullivan issued a statement on November 27 saying that the Secret Service was "deeply concerned and embarrassed by the circumstances surrounding the State Dinner".

Representative Peter T. King, Republican of New York, wrote a letter to the House Committee on Homeland Security requesting an investigation into this incident. The Secret Service is also considering criminal charges against her and her hubby.

Michaele Salahi Other Public Hijinks

Michaele and Tareq have been also accused of running a bogus charity, and Michael Wright at the Virginia Office of Consumer Affairs told reporter Alexandra Bogdanovic of The Fauquier Times-Democrat in May 2009 that the Salahis’ charitable organization, Journey for a Cure, was not registered with the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and warned givers that the State “could not be assured that funds were being spent for charitable purposes.”

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