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In a mysterious twist, "The Real Housewives of D.C." star Michaele Salahi has been dismissed from appearing on VH1's "Celebrity Rehab."
The network tells ET, "The treatment program that 'Celebrity Rehab' documents is intended for individuals with serious substance abuse and addiction issues. Prior to the taping of the current season, producers were advised that Michaele Salahi met the criteria to be treated in this setting. However, professional assessments spanning from that time to the present, found that she did not meet such criteria. As a result, she is no longer participating in the program."
Salahi became a notorious figure, when, along with her husband Tareq, she was accused of crashing a White House dinner party in 2009. The couple insisted they were invited. She later claimed her rail thin figure -- criticized by her "The Real Housewives of D.C." castmates and the subject of eating disorder speculations -- is actually a result of multiple sclerosis.