Former Real Housewives of New Jersey star Danielle Staub is no stranger to engagements and marriage. If there is anything fans know about Danielle, it’s that she likes to get engaged! She’s also been married three times, first to Kevin Maher from 1986 to 1987, then to Thomas Staub from 1993 to 2007 and finally to Marty Caffrey from 2018 to 2019.
RHONJ fans are likely most familiar with Danielle’s wild marriage to Marty because it was prominently featured when she returned to the show in the later seasons. Who could forget the infamous moment when Margaret Josephs threw him in the pool?
Danielle and her exes have also been embroiled in legal situations multiple times throughout the years. Maher sued Danielle for defamation of character in 2009, although they eventually settled out of court. But then he sued her against for making false allegations in her memoir The Naked Truth. And that’s not even touching on some of the stuff that went down with Marty.
The Naked Truth author’s most recent romantic entanglement was with Olivier Maier, who she got involved with immediately after finalizing her divorce with Marty. She got engaged to Olivier with plans to marry soon after. At the time, she told People that she was “madly in love” with him.
Her engagement to Olivier was her 21st engagement overall. But it didn’t last. The two broke up later over rumors that Olivier had serious health issues.
“I don’t speak to Oliver. He had tried reaching out to me a few times. I did everything to save his life and make him well. And in the end, he’s got some problems that are too much for me to deal with,” she told The Daily Dish.
Right now, Danielle Staub is single and trying out dating apps
So, no, Danielle Staub is not married right now, or engaged. She’s very much single and according to a recent Page Six exclusive, she’s even trying her luck on dating apps!
This time she’s supposedly sampling an app called S’more, which is unique because it blurs out the users profile pictures until you actually start talking and getting to know the person. According to the app’s website, S’more is supposed to “take superficiality out of the dating app game by letting users connect before seeing each other.”
In Danielle’s recent podcast visit with S’More Date creator Adam Cohen Asaleti for S’More Live, Danielle confirmed that she was 100% single.