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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."

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.

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We're just a couple weeks away from the day of reckoning for Danielle Staub.

So promises Kevin Maher, this reality star's ex-husband who has sued her for defamation of character because Staub has accused him of such acts as raping her on a bed of broken glass and sticking a loaded gun up her vagina.

Staub vs. Maher

Following Staub's hilarious motion in a pre-trial hearing on Tuesday - where she asked a judge to exclude "any evidence that the Defendant was a prostitute, or a stripper, or is promiscuous, or has been featured in sex tapes" - Maher has fired back and let the world know just what he plans to expose about this certified nut job.

"Since this woman put these serious rape and molestation charges against me, [information about her past] is relevant... What this woman has done to me... I can't even describe how she has ruined my life. She's without conscience," Maher told E! News.

But with her very own new series, sadly.

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Danielle Staub is being sued for $5 million by ex-husband Kevin Maher, who says her allegations of rape and other insults against him are defaming.

But Staub has now taken legal action in return, making the same case THG makes any time Larry Birkhead sends us a letter complaining that we're harming his reputation via a few negative articles: you do that all on your own, pal!

Staub vs. Maher

In documents obtained by TMZ, Staub says Maher has "no evidence" that Danielle said anything especially bad about him. Moreover, even if something did slip out of her mentally unbalanced mouth... so what? Maher has already stuck a foot deeply into his own.

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Throughout this season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Danielle Staub has been referred to as a "coke whore" by her cast mates.

But spurned ex-convict Daniel Aguilar went one step further this week, telling Radar Online the troubled reality star is a "snitchin’ coke whore." And, according to sworn testimony by Aguilar, he should know.

Derek Lowe Mug Shot

Last Thursday, Aguilar was deposed under oath as part of Kevin Maher's defamation lawsuit against Staub.

A former drug dealer who was arrested in a kidnapping and drug distribution scheme with Staub three decades ago, Aguilar went to jail because Staub turned on him.

He said he met Staub when she worked as a prostitute and used the names Beverly Merrill and Angela Minelli. The pair started dating and working together, with Staub approaching Aguilar at one point and asking for four kilograms of cocaine to sell to her neighbor.

Aguilar provided the drugs.

But the neighbor never paid for the cocaine, and Aguilar believes he was ripped off by Staub and this man.

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You've gotta love reality TV.

On Monday night, Bravo aired an epic fight between Danielle Staub and Teresa Giudice. It eventually resulted in Jacqueline Laurita’s 19-year-old daughter (Ashley Holmes) ripping out the former's weave.

This confrontation actually took place in November, however, as it was documented at the time and Holmes was forced by the court to pay a $189 fine. Case closed, right?

Wrong says Staub's lawyer, Paul Giblin. Speaking to Hollywood Life, he said of the incident:  “We are going to use this footage and prepare a case against these women. We are seeking assault and battery charges, defamation of character and punitive damages as well.”

Don't You Ever!

First, we'll need a few minutes to stop laughing over the concept that anything could defame Staub at this point. Pretty sure her arrest record and sex tape have done that on their own already.

Second, any case Staub and her lawyer wished to have brought against her castmates would have been filed months ago. This incident is old news. It was simply shown to the world this week, on a series for which Staub makes hundreds of thousands of dollars to appear.

This makes Giblin's concluding comments positivelty hilarious:

“We will get restraining orders by the judge against Teresa, Ashley and all others involved... We are going to ask to impose sanctions against these women, whatever the law allows... This is some kind of conspiracy, it’s like a gang mentality.”

If Giblin is referring to the gang of Bravo writers that came up with this storyline, then he's absolutely correct.