The Daughter of “Prostitution Whore” Will Have Her Revenge

Danielle Henderson | February 16, 2016 - 5:30 pm

Real Housewives of New Jersey alum Danielle Staub isn’t the only one ready to unleash some choice words about her reality TV experience. In an exclusive excerpt on Broadly, brainiac daughter and successful model Christine Staub comes to her mother’s defense, and explains how the show negatively impacted her life.

It doesn’t seem so bad at first:

In May I will graduate from Seton Hall with a 4.0 and double major in psychology and sociology. I’ve already been accepted to an Ivy League graduate school on full scholarship. One day, I hope to be a medical professional.

This is so great! You go, girl.

I already know what the job entails, because I was born with a rare heart condition. I had my first heart attack at age nine and since then have spent the years in and out of doctor’s offices.

Wait, what?! Bravo didn’t show any of this!

Christine goes on to explain that she and her sister never watched the show—it was terrifying enough to actually live it—so she didn’t understand why disgusting, scum-sucking boys at college kept asking her for blow jobs:

Freshman year of high school, for example, I was cornered by a group of football players. “C’mon, Christine,” one of them said, as he motioned towards his crotch. “I’m ready for my daily blow job.” I was mortified. Not to mention confused. Behind him, the other guys snickered. “Don’t be shy, Christine,” he said, moving closer. “I mean, isn’t this what you and your mom do for fun?”

The incident caused her to have a panic attack, and forced Danielle to explain that the reason this jerk accosted Christine this way was due to women on the show who speculated that she “gave daily blow jobs to random men.” Won’t someone think of the children? You could literally give this kid a heartattack!

The writing is not very strong, but the message certainly is: Sometimes the biggest casualties of reality TV are the kids too young to understand what’s even happening to them.