DC Housewife Michaele Skips Premiere; Castmates Slam Her

Entertainment Aug. 6, 2010 AT 8:53AM
DC Housewife Michaele Skips Premiere; Castmates Slam Her Credit: Wireimage; Bravo

Michaele Salahi and her husband skipped Thursday's official premiere party for The Real Housewives of DC.

But her Bravo castmates didn't miss them.

"I don’t want to see them; I don't want to talk to them," Catherine Ommanney told UsMagazine.com. "I don’t want to be associated with them."

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Ommanney said she wouldn't do another season of the show if Salahi signed on.

"Absolutely, categorically, no," she told Us. "I'll have to have therapy the rest of my life to get over being associated with her."

Added housewife Lynda Erkiletian, "I was very happy to hear that they had their own premiere party and would be attending that and not torturing us any more than they have in the past."

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Housewife Mary Schmidt Amons also has a beef with Salahi, 44, who made headlines this week after getting into a fight with The View's Whoopi Goldberg.

"I've really have had enough," she told Us. "The last two days have been a challenge, just to deal with the trauma of The View, overall."

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After taping Wednesday's show, Goldberg cussed out Salahi after hearing that Salahi said Goldberg hit her (Salahi denies saying Goldberg hit her).

"I don’t think the Salahis are really good at saying they’re sorry to anyone," said Amons. "It’s not my place to judge. All I know is that the accusations coming forward from the Salahi camp are completely false. It was on camera, a 200-person audience -- Whoopi was just trying to encourage her to get back on task to the question, just get back to the question and answer the question."

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But Amons said the drama on their Bravo show doesn't compare to other Housewives.

"Our drama is smart, sophisticated, interesting and funny," she told Us. "It’s not table flipping and hair-pulling. I don’t want to judge them. They have to own their behavior and actions. I think [Salahi] just has to be herself. I want her to take control and be herself. And that’s all I’ll say."

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