White House Crasher Sues Neal Schon
Tareq Salahi claims Journey profited after Schon stole his wife
Last year Michaele Salahi very publicly left Tareq for the Journey guitarist and now, reports Billboard.com, he has filed a $50 million lawsuit against Schon, claiming to have been "emotionally and financially" ruined by the couple's actions.
"Journey was currently touring the country and the concerts were not selling out," the complaint states. "Having been involved in the reality television business for several years, the defendants knew that a public affair would generate interest in both of them and immediate income for Neal Schon and Journey."
Amongst the more salacious items in the lawsuit is a claim that on Sept. 13 Schon sent Salahi a photo of a male body part he believed to belong to the rocker. It also alleges, "Your plaintiff... received a phone call that evening from someone who said, 'This is Neal, I am [expletive] your wife.'"
The Salahis first made the headlines in 2009 when they somehow crashed a party at the White House. They have also appeared on reality TV show Real Housewives Of D.C.