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Salahis warn 'Housewives' not to call them 'crashers'

Despite what they may have seen in the headlines, or viewed on their own show, the women on the "The Real Housewives of D.C." better not call their co-stars Michaele and Tareq Salahi "party crashers." Well, that is unless they want trouble.

According to TMZ, the pair once widely-known as the "White House Gatecrashers" are so concerned that their cast mates might sling similar monikers at them during the upcoming "Real Housewives" reunion special, they’ve had their lawyer e-mail a warning to the rest of the capital gang.

"It is simply a false statement of fact, and defamatory, to call the Salahis 'party crashers,' as it suggests they have committed crimes,” attorney Lisa Bloom wrote. The e-mail goes on to explain any such terms would constitute "legally actionable defamation."

Watch the Salahis reflect on their big night at the White House state dinner in this preview for the next episode of "Real Housewives of D.C.":