“I want to be me now,” Staub says. “Not me according to other people. Me…a spin-off is absolutely, positively where I’m going.”
She says a spin-off would allow “my kids [Christine, 16, and Jillian, 12] to be seen for the wonderful children that they are. I want to be shown as a mother, an artist, a supporter of my charities and the foundations that I’m passionate about. I want to use my platform to speak about the things that I love in my life.”
One topic she would want to cover is her search for her birth mother.
“I did not give [this] to Bravo because I felt like there was no fair portrayal of me and my family… to share with people who didn’t even want to portray me as a human being.
“So that will be shared,” Staub continues. “I will do a breaking story on that when it does come out and it will be a part of my spin-off.”