The object of The Real Housewives of New Jersey may be to follow the dysfunctional lives of glitzy suburban women in the Garden State. But once cast members become tainted by organized crime and/or physical altercations with other staffers, the cord is cut. That was the reality for Staub a two-year fixture on the Bravo series who wore out her welcome with a heaping serving of drama. Between alleged sex-tape scandals and six-figure debts, Staub had enough personal troubles on her plate. But once she began brawling with the rest of the cast and rumors had them threatening to leave the show if she returned her days were officially numbered.