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MICHAELE SALAHI CLAIMS SHE HAS MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

Posted in Michaele Salahi on September 15, 2010 by fadedblog

Michaele Salahi sure likes to keep us guessing.

The infamous White House party crasher-turned-star of the Real Housewives of D.C. says in a new book that she suffers from multiple sclerosis, a potentially debilitating disease that she says she has kept secret for years.

Appearing on Fox & Friends this morning, Salahi said she has had the disease for 17 years. In fact, a bad spell the night of the White House dinner forced the couple to leave the event early.

In the tell-all book, Cirque Du Salahi, penned by Diane Dimond, Salahi says that the MS explains her bone-thin physique. She is described in the book as eating sugary cereal for Thanksgiving and not eating or drinking even water for long periods of a day.

According to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, weight loss is not a typical symptom of MS.

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MICHAELE SALAHI TALKS ANOREXIA

Posted in Michaele Salahi on August 18, 2010 by fadedblog

Michaele Salahi shows off her bikini body in the new issue of In Touch Weekly.

In the interview, the 44-year-old star of the Real Housewives of DC opens up about her weight, saying, “I’m a skinny girl. I always was. I’ve never had an eating disorder in my life. And it hurts to be called anorexic.”

Michaele says people needs to stop spending so much time on her figure. “Honestly, I can’t believe those women have so much time to devote to my weight. If they get out there and move, they will look like me and be thin, and it’ll all be good.”

As for what she eats? “I start the day with a hot chocolate and cereal — I love Lucky Charms or Kashi GoLean — then some fruit. I don’t really eat a lot in the middle of the day. I have an early dinner, which is always a salad, with plain chicken, grilled or broiled.”

And much like her reality TV counterparts, Michaele say she wouldn’t rule out plastic surgery to enhance her looks. “I would love to do a whole lot of Botox and maybe get collagen, too. I also think it would be great to have boobs. I’m a B [cup], so I’d get a C. I’m all for anything you can do to make yourself look and feel better.” She might even do it “within the next six months,” she says. “But my husband doesn’t want me to do my boobs!”

Great, just what this world needs — a bootleg version of Heidi Montag.