As the official Real Housewives of D.C. premiere party last week, cast members slammed Michaele Salahi. Catherine Ommanney even said she wouldn't appear on a second season if Salahi was involved.
Meanwhile, Michaele and awful husband Tareq were hosting their own gathering at the time - and getting served with court papers that accuse them of reneging on a deal with a public relations firm.
According to The Washington Post, the couple is being sued by Brotman-Winter-Fried Communications. The company accuses the Salahis of owing more than $15,000 in unpaid fees from a 2008 polo event.
"It was an affidavit for debtors interrogatory," Steve Winter, president of BWF, said of the documents handed to Michaele and Tareq on Thursday night. "It means they'll have to appear in court to discuss their financial means - how they are capable of paying off the debt."
Truth be told, perhaps Tareq and Michaele Salahi should countersue. For a PR firm, Brotman-Winter-Fried Communications has clearly done a shoddy job. These reality stars are already more hated than almost anyone else on TV.
Then again, it's unlikely any company could help them change their image. They're truly awful human beings.