It looks like Garden State country clubbers aren't big on "prostitution whores" and weave-pullers.
The entire Real Housewives of New Jersey cast and crew have been banned from the North Jersey Country Club in Wayne, N.J., following the infamous brawl that left soon-to-be-ex-show star Danielle Staub sobbing over a few lost tracks.
"We are all embarrassed with the staged behavior of these cast members at our club," club president John Stanley wrote in a letter to members.
"It is safe to say that the Real Housewives of New Jersey cast and crew members are not welcome at the North Jersey Country Club and I assure you that nothing like this will ever occur again at this club."
Stanley, who blamed his naïveté of the show's "true nature" on the reason the show was allowed to film there in the first place, went on to apologize for his "lapse in judgment."
"It is quite apparent from watching [the show] that the cast members are not affiliated with this Club or more importantly represent the many great families that comprise the North Jersey membership that calls this club their second home," Stanley continued.
"Further, these women do not represent the people and families of our many neighboring towns or the population of the great state of New Jersey," Stanley said.
Following the extension-jacking stunt, Jacqueline Laurita's 19-year-old daughter, resident weave-yanker Ashley Holmes, was found guilty of assault and ordered to pay a $189 fine.
—Reporting by Cristina Gibson