'RHONJ' star Danielle Staub and Marty Caffrey file for divorce after only 3 months of marriage
Things didn't stay rosy for too long as reports began to surface that after an incident in their home, both Caffrey and Staub filed restraining orders against each other
Danielle Staub and her husband Marty Caffrey have filed for divorce just three months after their beautiful wedding. 'The Real Housewives of New Jersey' star has been married multiple times before, and her most recent wedlock happened with Caffrey after he proposed to her on the last season of RHONJ.
People reported that Danielle's rep released an official statement saying, "Danielle has not received any filing, and we cannot comment on something we have not received." However, multiple sources have confirmed that Caffrey has filed for divorce from Staub.
Staub and Caffrey have been in a relationship since April 2016 and even lived together in her New Jersey home. Caffrey proposed to the reality TV star with great splendor on the grounds of an exquisite mansion. He got a violinist to play Pachelbel’s 'Canon in D' while a small group of couples danced around them.
Almost a year after the proposal, the couple got married in the Bahama's in a sunset beach ceremony held at the Luna Beach Club in North Bimini Island. The ceremony took place in May.
Things didn't stay rosy for too long as reports began to surface that after an incident in their home, both Caffrey and Staub filed restraining orders against each other.
Heavy reported Caffrey stating that Staub wanted to stab him in his restraining order. The official restraining order read: "Over the past year, [Staub] has threatened to stab [Caffrey] in the neck at least a dozen times. [Staub] has thrown items at [Caffrey] in the past when she became angry."
A while before the split, Staub's rep stated that couple was indeed having some issues. She said, "Danielle is having some difficulties with her marriage right now and is hoping everything will work out."
Danielle appeared on the 'The Wendy Williams Show' early in October and claimed that her husband's drinking problem was one of the reasons for their split. She said, "He does hit cocktail hour a little bit heavily and it does change things." She went on to add "I think all of us change, I just don’t think it changes him for the better or his ability to maneuver through what’s going on," reported US Weekly.
While discussing her relationship on the show, Staub also mentioned that she was not the easiest person to live with. "I'm to blame for it as well, but I feel like I'm always the person who wants to fix people and it's not fixable," she says. "I don’t have a crystal ball, but you can't go into the public and be tweeting and Instagramming about your wife or your spouse … You just don't do that."