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While they were throwing a private party, the Salahis were presented with court papers on behalf of a PR firm to whom they allegedly owe approximately $15,000, according to the Washington Post.
The firm, Brotman-Winter-Fried Communications, allege that the Salahis have unclaimed debts stemming from a 2008 polo event. "It was an affidavit for debtors interrogatory," Steve Winter, president of BWF, said, adding, "It means they'll have to appear in court to discuss their financial means, how they are capable of paying off the debt."
It seems that Tareq did not take the news well. When served with the papers, Mr. Salahi reportedly dropped them -- twice -- and then called security.
On the evening the couple were served papers at their private function, the official premiere party for the Real Housewives of D.C. was underway -- a gathering the controversial couple skipped. And there was apparently no love lost among the other castmates, including Catherine Ommanney, who told UsMagazine.com, "I don't want to see them, I don't want to talk to them. I don't want to be associated with them."
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