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Real Housewife Runs Off with Journey Guitarist

Reality star's husband reported her missing earlier this week

September 15, 2011 8:40 AM ET
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Michaele Salahi in Hollywood.
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Real Housewives of DC star Michaele Salahi, whose husband had reported her missing earlier this week, has apparently run off with Journey guitarist Neal Schon. According to TMZ, Salahi has been hanging out with Schon, her new boyfriend, in Memphis, where his band performed a concert with Foreigner and Night Ranger last night at the FedExForum.

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TMZ reports that Salahi and Schon have dated in the past, and that she has described their relationship as "intimate and passionate." Clearly this was a mystery to Salahi's husband, Tareq, who believed she had been kidnapped on Tuesday. 




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