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    Vice President Joe Biden put an arm around the waist of the glamorous, slender blonde in bright red Indian-style formal dress and flashed his pearly whites.

    Three Marines in dress blues smiled and clasped their white-gloved hands in front of their bodies as the blonde joined them on what seems to be a White House portico.

    And White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel leaned in for snapshot with the blonde as she draped a hand over the shoulder of her tuxedoed husband, her rings inches from a pair of official-looking badges on his lapel.

    It's not clear if the pins on the man's tuxedo actually are official, but his presence at President Obama's first state dinner wasn't, and neither was his wife's.



    Tareq and Michaele Salahi crashed the dinner, in honor of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, on Tuesday night, the Secret Service has confirmed.

    The agents tasked with protecting the president "did not follow proper procedures," Secret Service agent Edwin Donovan said in a statement. He said the gatecrashers went through metal detectors "and other levels of security."

    The incident represents a security breach for the White House at the Obama administration's biggest social event to date. More than 300 guests, including Cabinet members, diplomats and Hollywood celebrities, attended the dinner.

    The Salahis are aspiring reality TV stars who hoped to land roles in the forthcoming show, "The Real Housewives of D.C.," by the Bravo cable network, The Washington Post reported.

    Bravo says it's in the nation's capital to "identify the city's alluring and discriminating residents, those women who have their pulse on the most important cultural events, political galas, gallery openings and fundraisers in Washington society."

    The network declined to comment about the Salahis. The couple is well-known in "wine country and polo circles" in Fauquier County, Virginia, west of Washington, the Post reported. Their presence at the White House caught the immediate attention of Roxanne Roberts, one of two Post columnists who writes the newspaper's gossip column.

    "When I saw them come in, I went 'What on Earth are they doing here,'" Roberts told CNN.

    The Post's column Reliable Sources has described the Salahis as polo-playing socialites from northern Virginia.

    Video of the dinner showed the couple walking past journalists into the event.

    On Wednesday, the couple's Facebook page included the photos of them at the dinner with Biden and Emanuel, who was identified on the page as "Ron," not Rahm.

    The couple controls a winery outside of Washington. It is closed but promises to reopen next year.

    "Michaele & Tareq Salahi send a big Cheers!" says a notice on the Web site of Oasis winery, which Tareq battled his family to control, according to local news reports.

    Tareq "grew up helping his father plant and cultivate the vineyard" on a "postage-stamp" plot of land in Fauquier County, which describes itself as being "on the fringe of the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains."

    "In recognition of his passion for making wine, his father pledged to sell the vineyard to him one day for a dollar, Salahi recalls," according to the Fairfax Times newspaper.

    But Tareq ended up fighting his family in court for the property, gaining control of it two years ago thanks to a wealthy friend in the real estate business who bought it for $4.15 million.

    "This is not charity, but I am helping a friend. I'm just giving Tareq a vehicle to realize his dreams," real estate agent N. Casey Margenau said, according to the newspaper.

    Court records show that Oasis filed for bankruptcy in February, the Washington Post reported.
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    The Virginia couple accused of crashing President Obama's first White House state dinner on Tuesday are named in at least 16 different civil suits in Fauquier County, sometimes as plaintiffs, sometimes as defendants.

    A trawl through court records on Thursday revealed a more complete picture of Tareq and Michaele Salahi, who have left an extensive paper trail in federal bankruptcy and state court filings.


    "At this time the Salahis will not make any formal comments regarding the rumors and media speculation surrounding the White House state dinner," their publicist, Mahogany Jones, said in a statement. "Their counsel, Paul W. Gardner Esq., states emphatically that the Salahis' did not 'crash' this event. We look forward to setting the record straight very soon."

    Asked for comment on the Salahi's legal difficulties, Jones said in an e-mail, "We will begin doing press and media next week providing exclusive interviews and press junkets. If you would like to be considered in our media circuit we request that you hold your proposed published profile until then."

    A page on Facebook, apparently maintained jointly by the Salahis, paints them as high rollers, listing their interests as polo, wine, and diplomatic relations, among others.

    One of the lawsuits against the Salahis was filed by Robb Levin of Fairfax, Virginia, who held his wedding at the Oasis Winery in August 2005.

    "I have a judgment against them," he said by phone on Thursday. "The settlement was for $15,000, plus interest from June 2008. They haven't paid a penny."

    Levin contracted with the winery to provide vendors, such as florists and catering, for the event. But, he said, he discovered the winery was adding a "significant profit" to what the vendors were charging them. "Vendors told me what they were charging. They were charging me two or three times as much," he said. When he tried to use his own vendors, he said, he was fined $1,000.

    After he signed a contract to hold his wedding there, "They were very, very, very hard to get a hold of," he said.

    "I remember [the contract] being very short and it just said to hold the date. When I went back, I found it said they could charge my credit card at will. At the time I signed it I don't remember all those pages being there. I don't remember a whole 8- or 12-page document," Levin said. "There were thousands of dollars charged to my card with no explanation."

    He fought with the Salahis, dealing mostly with Michaele, throughout the run-up to his nuptials, he said.

    "They wanted more money and I wasn't releasing it," he said. "They threatened me with lawyers. They threatened to cancel the wedding."

    In the end, Levin said, he paid up to make sure the wedding went ahead, then sued the Salahis afterward to get his money back.

    Tareq and Michaele, meanwhile, were engaged in a long court battle with his parents over the winery.

    Court records show Tareq sued his mother, Corinne, and the case was dismissed.

    Corinne sued Tareq and the case went to trial. The outcome is not clear from a Virginia courts Web site.

    Tareq and Michaele won control of the winery in 2007, but it has run into debt since then.

    Oasis Winery filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in February, according to U.S. Bankruptcy Court records in the Eastern District of Virginia. Tareq Salahi is listed as company president in the filing. Creditors listed include the IRS, Fauquier County, the state of Virginia, several banks and American Express Corp., among others. The company claims about $335,000 in assets and $965,000 in liabilities.

    Among the debts listed are more than $60,000 in credit card debt and an "unknown" amount in federal back taxes.

    "Debtor has not filed corporate taxes since tax year 2006," the filing says. "Has always previously had business loss, with refund flowing to shareholders."

    Also listed is a $65 parking ticket in Montgomery County, Maryland, nearly $3,000 in gasoline purchases to Exxon-Mobil and more than $95,000 in legal fees.

    According to the February filing, Oasis made $1.7 million in 2007 but only $35,000 in 2008. The filing lists two pending lawsuits against Oasis, one for more than $300,000 for "catering services" and one judgment against the company.

    Under "repossessions," the filing lists a 2004 Aston Martin, which it estimates was worth $150,000 when it was repossessed in October 2008. Some $85,000 was still owed, according to the filing. In addition, a boat valued at $90,000 was repossessed in June 2008, with $56,000 still owed, according to court documents.

    The company also had closed a checking account, $3,800 in the red, about a year before the filing.

    Oasis owes $224,000 "for rental of FedEx Redskins Suite and related hospitality services," according to court documents.

    The Chapter 7 filing, under which a debtor's assets are sold to pay creditors, followed an apparent effort to save the winery earlier.

    The business had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in December 2008, with Salahi's mother, Corinne, listing herself as president.

    A Chapter 11 bankruptcy is referred to as a "reorganization" bankruptcy, according to the federal judiciary's Web site.

    In addition to federal bankruptcy, Tareq and Michaele may now face criminal charges.

    The Salahis are aspiring reality-TV stars who hoped to land roles in the forthcoming show, "The Real Housewives of D.C.," by the Bravo cable network, The Washington Post reported.
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    The agents tasked with protecting the president "did not follow proper procedures," Secret Service agent Edwin Donovan said in a statement. He said the gatecrashers went through metal detectors "and other levels of security."

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    After the Salahis were revealed to have slipped into Obama's state dinner Tuesday for the Indian prime minister without an invitation, the Secret Service launched an investigation into the security breach and has not ruled out filing criminal charges against the couple

    She was a former NFL cheerleader. She once modeled for Victoria's Secret. She could be seen in top fashion and women's magazines. At least that's the story Salahi was telling.

    But her resume as a Virginia socialite is increasingly looking like a fantasy, as news broke Friday that the Salahis' names were nowhere on the state dinner's guest list and as the Secret Service scrambled to explain how they allowed party crashers at such a prominent event.

    This apparently isn't the first time the Salahis have tried to embellish their credentials.

    Several press accounts, including a November 2008 Washington Post report, identify Michaele Salahi as a former cheerleader for the Washington Redskins. And photos posted to the 44-year-old's Facebook page show a beaming Salahi -- pompoms in hand -- at a September 2009 Redskins cheerleader "alumni get together."

    But the team told FoxNews.com it's never heard of Salahi. Michael Pehanich, Redskins assistant director of communications, and Terri Lamb, president of the Redskins' cheerleader alumni association, said Friday that they have "no records to indicate she was a cheerleader for the team."

    Salahi, whose maiden name is Holt, also claims on her Facebook page to have modeled for a number of top fashion and women's magazines, including Vogue, Elle Magazine and Victoria's Secret.

    But a spokeswoman for Victoria's Secret told FoxNews.com on Friday that Salahi did not model for the company.
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    White House Intruders Want Money for Tale

    As White House officials fended off new questions about how a fame-seeking couple finessed their way into the president’s glittering state dinner last week, the aspiring reality-TV stars themselves began trying to sell their story for hundreds of thousands of dollars.

    Television industry executives said on Saturday that Michaele and Tareq Salahi had postponed plans for an interview Monday on CNN’s “Larry King Live” and were seeking top-dollar bids for their first television interview.

    The Salahis, who embarrassed the Secret Service by passing through its security screens as if invisible and then posed for the cameras with President Obama and many of his bona fide guests at a party honoring India’s prime minister, remained out of sight on Saturday and their spokeswoman did not return calls. The Secret Service would not comment or say whether investigators have interviewed the pair.

    For years, the Salahis have publicized their own flashy adventures in the social and sporting scenes of Washington and its outlying horse country, and left behind a record of lawsuits and unpaid bills, many from the bankruptcy of the family vineyard after extended litigation between Mr. Salahi and his parents.

    Even the upscale salon where Mrs. Salahi, with TV cameras in tow, was prepared for the big event had never been paid for its previous services in 2002, when the couple were married, the salon’s operators said in interviews.

    As questions continued to swirl about the pair’s most remarkable appearance to date, a television network executive, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the network does not publicly comment on payments, said the couple’s asking price for an interview was in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. “They are asking for best offers from all the networks,” the executive said. Programs quietly pay steep fees for photographs and videos to secure interviews in some cases.

    Separately, a CNN spokesman confirmed that the appearance on Mr. King’s talk show was postponed on Friday.

    Meanwhile, several invited guests who had entered the White House through the same entrance as the Salahis said the Secret Service’s normal security check-in process, familiar to many of them, had been haphazard.

    They said Secret Service guards had not directed the visitors through the guardhouse with its metal detector and X-ray screeners, located just inside the east entrance. Instead, after guards glanced at ID cards in the dark, they waited in a chilly mist outside the East Wing portico. Then they were funneled to a portable metal detector but no X-ray scanner for checking other belongings.

    The Salahis were not national celebrities but they assiduously cultivated an image as well-connected Washington socialites.

    Michaele Salahi has boasted about her work for high-profile charities and is being considered for a brighter spotlight, as a cast member on Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of D.C.” Mr. Salahi, born in Washington, was chief executive of Oasis Winery, a now-bankrupt winery in Virginia that his father started in the 1970s. A polo player, Mr. Salahi also founded the America’s Polo Cup, an annual international match that takes place in Washington. The winery gave generously to the Wolf Trap cultural center’s foundation, where he was on the board for a few years. (Traditionally, the first lady is the foundation’s figurehead patron.)

    The family put the winery up for sale in 2007, but Mr. Salahi got into a fight over control with his parents, Dirgham and Corinne Salahi. The winery filed for bankruptcy in February.

    Still, the Salahis moved through Washington’s social elite with a sense of privilege even though their business had been in bankruptcy and they left some personal bills unpaid.

    For her wedding, Mrs. Salahi ran up a tab of thousands of dollars having her hair and makeup done at the Erwin Gomez Salon, an exclusive establishment in Georgetown that says it helped prepare members of the Obama family on Inauguration Day.

    But James Packard-Gomez, the salon’s creative director, said in an interview on Saturday that even though Mrs. Salahi had never paid her bill, she continued to book appointments and the salon continued to serve her.

    Indeed, the salon spent seven hours preparing Mrs. Salahi for Tuesday’s state dinner as a camera crew from Bravo network’s local production contractor recorded the preparations.

    “She’d always call and want to come in, but always expected Erwin to comp her,” Mr. Packard-Gomez said, referring to his business partner at the salon.

    Mr. Packard-Gomez said Mrs. Salahi called him just 20 hours before the state dinner to schedule an appointment. Mr. Packard-Gomez dropped everything, he said, even helping Mrs. Salahi arrange her now famous red sari. She mentioned having asked the White House if it was appropriate attire. But when he asked Mrs. Salahi to show him her White House invitation, he was startled that she could not produce it.

    “My guests pretty much always show me the invitation when it’s the hottest party in town,” Mr. Packard-Gomez said. “I know a lot of guests that were on the ‘A list’ that were not invited. So why was she?”

    The Secret Service, which has said that they should not have been let in, acknowledged that officials at the White House east gate “did not follow proper procedures” to confirm that Mr. and Mrs. Salahi were on the list of invited guests.
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    "They passes through metal detectors...", bullshit, ask a Prison guard what you can do with a sharpened toothbrush. Plus, it was a state dinner, that means that each table had a variety of knives handy to someone who knows how to use them.

    I'm not an Obama fan by any stretch of the imagination, but HE IS THE PRESIDENT AND THIS KIND OF BAFOONERY IS UNACCEPTABLE!

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    Wealthy socialites? Bullshit! Try another fake couple that's millions in debt and lying, cheating and stealing their way to the top. I hope there's a way that they can do jail time for some of their unlawful transgressions.

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    LOS ANGELES – Only two people opened their wallets to welcome home photos signed by the Washington, D.C., couple who allegedly crashed a White House state dinner.

    After more than two weeks on the market, just the pair of autographed photos from among 200 showing Michaele and Tareq Salahi have been purchased in an online sale, publicist Kenny Fried said.

    The photos were originally priced at $100 in the eBay sale but later slashed to $50 after the first week of the sale yielded no buyers, he said.

    Fried said the couple, who are on Bravo's "The Real Housewives of D.C.," signed the photos Sept. 22 to help recoup a debt owed to his public relations firm for services provided to Tareq Salahi's Americas Polo Cup Inc., which filed for bankruptcy Sept. 13.

    Fried said he has left the sale up but isn't sure what he will do if the other photos don't sell online.

    "There's 198 left," he said. "We might use them for wallpaper."

    The recent auction of the red sari that Michaele wore last year to the White House fared better. James Packard-Gomez, co-owner of the salon where the Salahis primped before showing up at the state dinner for India, bought the infamous gown from The Potomack Co. for $7,000.

    The auction house said the Salahis want 80 percent of that sale's proceeds to go to charity.

    The couple's infamous trip to the glitzy White House event is currently playing out on "The Real Housewives of D.C." In last week's episode, Michaele was shown searching for — and not finding — an invitation to the state dinner.

    In a preview for this week's installment, Tareq said it was "crazy ridiculous" to suggest that the pair crashed the White House.

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    LOS ANGELES – Only two people opened their wallets to welcome home photos signed by the Washington, D.C., couple who allegedly crashed a White House state dinner.

    After more than two weeks on the market, just the pair of autographed photos from among 200 showing Michaele and Tareq Salahi have been purchased in an online sale, publicist Kenny Fried said.

    The photos were originally priced at $100 in the eBay sale but later slashed to $50 after the first week of the sale yielded no buyers, he said.

    Fried said the couple, who are on Bravo's "The Real Housewives of D.C.," signed the photos Sept. 22 to help recoup a debt owed to his public relations firm for services provided to Tareq Salahi's Americas Polo Cup Inc., which filed for bankruptcy Sept. 13.

    Fried said he has left the sale up but isn't sure what he will do if the other photos don't sell online.

    "There's 198 left," he said. "We might use them for wallpaper."

    The recent auction of the red sari that Michaele wore last year to the White House fared better. James Packard-Gomez, co-owner of the salon where the Salahis primped before showing up at the state dinner for India, bought the infamous gown from The Potomack Co. for $7,000.

    The auction house said the Salahis want 80 percent of that sale's proceeds to go to charity.

    The couple's infamous trip to the glitzy White House event is currently playing out on "The Real Housewives of D.C." In last week's episode, Michaele was shown searching for — and not finding — an invitation to the state dinner.

    In a preview for this week's installment, Tareq said it was "crazy ridiculous" to suggest that the pair crashed the White House.

    DC Househusband Tareq Salahi Takes Another Business Into BankruptcyDC Househusband Tareq Salahi Takes Another Business Into Bankruptcy
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    "Real Housewives of D.C." star Tareq Salahi believes his wife Michaele Salahi was abducted in Virginia yesterday, but he's afraid the cops aren't taking the situation seriously, TMZ has learned.



    TMZ just spoke with Tareq, who tells us he last saw Michaele at their home around 11 a.m. EST yesterday, right before he left to go to their winery. Tareq says Michaele told him she was going to get her hair done, but she never went to the appointment. She's been missing ever since.

    Tareq claims he got a phone call from Michaele late last night from an unfamiliar Oregon cell phone number and she told him she was going to her mother's house, located minutes away from the Salahi home.

    Tareq says he was suspicious,so he called Michaele's mother, who told him she hadn't spoken with Michaele and was unaware of her plans. That's when Tareq -- fearing Michaele had been abducted -- called the Warren County Sheriff's Dept. for help.

    But Tareq claims deputies told him she had already called them, informing them she was OK and just dealing with some "family issues."

    Tareq tells TMZ that he believes Michaele had been forced to make the phone calls by her abductor and believes she is in very real danger, especially because the Salahis have received death threats in the past.

    Tareq says he's considering going to other law enforcement for help because he feels the Warren County Sheriffs are not taking proper action.

    Tareq has issued a statement saying, "We are reaching to the public pleading [sic] desperately for your help."

    He continues, "It is our belief as of last night, that Michaele Salahi may have been kidnapped or abducted and being held under duress and forced to tell persons, including authorities she is okay."

    "We are asking the public to please be on the look out for her, and if found please contact the authorities and please approach her and contact the authorities to intervene and that she may be forced to say she is okay, when in fact she is not and being held under possible abduction."

    A rep for the WCSD tells TMZ cops are not releasing any info about the situation at this time.
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