Fans of the show immediately chimed in with their opinions, writing things like, "I'm ready for you to spill all the gossip," "Telling the truth will put them all to shame!" and "YESSSS!!!!! Been waiting for this! You go sista, let it all out."
A few hours later, Staub shared a lengthy post to Instagram, which further explained her decision to write the book and, of course, remind the other housewives that "statistics show" she's "still the most recognized more than any other housewife in the franchise."
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"All I need to do is put out one tweet that I am writing a 'tell all' and within ½ hour it has reached over a hundred thousand people and retweeted by even more," she boasted. "My in box filled with so many emails from social media giants asking me about first rights? Funny thing is, I walked away from the RHONJ over 6 years ago!"
"Never once did I fight back and defend my character because I felt people will form opinions on the person they think they know and how Bravo edited me," she continued. "Oh if I could only pick up all the edited film from the cutting room floor we would have the best f**king reality show on that network."
"Get ready because ..This is my story the unedited version and one that I should have told a long time ago!" she concluded.
"The haters will hate and the doubter will doubt," she captioned a photo of herself, adding, "When I am done, you will understand this book is not about revenge in any shape size or form. There three sides to every story. Mine, yours and Bravo's."
"The build up of what led up to many of MY infamous scenes and most quotable Moments will be defined in detail as if you are in the room with me ....I have no NDA!!!" she continued. "Because aside from an 'ORIGINAL CAST' partaking in one of the biggest franchises in TV history, I owe BRAVO NOTHING ...It's a two way street."
She then asked her fans "one IMPORTANT question" -- "What is it you really want to know the TRUTH about?"
This tell-all will mark Staub's second book. She published her first, a memoir titled The Naked Truth, which addressed her alleged criminal past that was a topic of discussion on the show in 2010.
In more Housewives news, Real Housewives of Orange County star Vicki Gunvalson, who split with her boyfriend, Brooks Ayers, last August, stepped out with a new man on Friday -- and her rep tells ET that her daughter, Briana, totally approves! Hear more in the video below.