Danielle Staub and Marty Caffrey dropped their restraining orders against each other, but their relationship isn’t close to being salvageable.
The “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star and her husband appeared in Bergen County court on Monday over their mutual temporary restraining orders, but Page Six learned that they decided to drop their complaints.
Staub, 56, first filed for an order of protection last Monday over an incident at her home late Sunday night. She complained in her complaint that Caffrey disengaged their garage door and hid photos of her daughters from her. She also reported that she “believes that [Caffrey] is attempting to tarnish her reputation and career by making repeated false reports to the media.”
Caffrey, 66, filed for his own order and gave his version of the incident the following day. He claimed that she threatened physical violence multiple times throughout their relationship.
Staub retained legal counsel to help her navigate through a divorce last week after it was revealed that they were “having difficulties” in their marriage. They tied the knot in May in front of Bravo cameras.
We’re told their divorce is still imminent.