We all know Danielle Staub is an expert at getting naked. But telling the truth? That's another story.
Following a successful defamation of character lawsuit against this reality star - in which Staub settled the day before she was scheduled to be deposed - Kevin Maher is at it again.
The ex-husband of this former drug-dealing call girl has filed a lawsuit against publishing company Simon & Schuster, claiming it knowingly published false information about him in Staub's new memoir "The Naked Truth."
In documents filed last week, Maher states Simon & Schuster, "failed to use reasonable care to determine the truth or falsity" of allegations Staub brings against him in the book.
Notably, he takes issue with Staub's assertion that Maher beat her so badly, she had to be hospitalized for a concussion and "assorted contusions." Maher tells TMZ he's asking for $10 million in damages.
We're asking both of these people to go away forever, but we're unlikely to get our wish.