According to Tareq, he has suffered 'great harm, humiliation and embarrassment' from his estranged wife's 'adulterous relationship' with the Journey guitarist Neal Schon.
White House state dinner crasher Tareq Salahi has filed for divorce from runaway wife, the former "The Real Housewives of D.C." star Michaele Salahi. He cites adultery and abandonment as the reason why he decided to go his separate way with her.
He believes that the reality TV star has been engaged in an adulterous relationship with Neal Schon (Journey guitarist) "for a period of months." He added, "I also understand that his rock band Journey, paid for her travel, accommodations and other expenses."
"[Michaele] continually exposes our friends and acquaintances to her adulterous relationship and has flaunted the same throughout the community, the nation and indeed the world, and thus caused me to suffer great harm, humiliation and embarrassment," he said.
Tareq additionally claimed that adding to his humiliation, Neal has sent his taunting penis pictures to him. "The paramour [Neal] sent to my email account ... a email with an attachment of a penis," he opened up in the paper.
The news comes just few days after Tareq reported to police that Michaele might be kidnapped. Turned out she went to Neal's show in Nashville, Tennessee on Tuesday (September 13) night, and she came willingly. The Warren County Sheriff's Office issued statement that "she did not want Mr. Salahi to know where she was." It further noted, "Mrs. Salahi advised Deputy Glavis that she was very sorry that the Sheriff's Office had to be involved, but she did not want to be home right now."
Michaele hasn't responded to the paper, but Neal has indirectly given his reaction by banning Tareq from Journey's concerts including the one at the Aaron's Amphitheatre in Atlanta. According to TMZ, "security on the Journey tour have been given orders to keep Tareq out of the backstage area during the remainder of their concert tour."
Michaele reportedly met Neal in 1995 before she was engaged to Tareq.