First, White House gate-crasher Tareq Salahi received word that his wife Michaele, who went to have her hair done on Tuesday and never returned, had not been kidnapped but was off on a journey with aging rocker and family pal Neal Schon.
Then, on Thursday, sources said Michaele, 44, had bragged about the “wild sex” she had with the 57-year-old Journey guitarist even before she left her husband, said TMZ.com.
What’s more, Schon and the Virginia socialite had been carrying on an affair since 2009, swapped “sexts” and promised to grow old together despite being married to others, according to the website.
Diane Dimond, who chronicled the exploits of the Salahis in a book, “Cirque du Salahi,” told “Good Morning America” on Thursday that Michaele — who starred on “The Real Housewives of D.C.” — had once described Schon as “one of the loves of her life” and had also said she planned to dump Tareq, 42, because she had had “enough.”
While some smell another Salahi publicity stunt, Tareq’s lawyer, David Silek, said, “Tareq is devastated, but he is relieved to know that Michaele is safe and is