Secret Service: A Third Uninvited Guest Also Crashed White House Party
Tareq Salahi and Michaele Salahi
In case two White House party crashers weren't embarrassing enough, now the Secret Service says a third uninvited guest managed to make it into the November state dinner for India's prime minister, according to The Associated Press.
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Fame-seeking couple Tareq and Michaele Salahi (who are under consideration for Bravo's Real Housewives of D.C.) stirred concerns about security when they entered the White House party sans invitation. The Secret Service said Monday that a third person was also allowed in without being on the guest list. The gatecrasher was traveling with the Indian delegation, the AP reported.
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There's no word on who the third gatecrasher was or whether he or she is pursuing a reality show — but we're looking at you, Richard Heene.