The show may be “Real,” but his home, apparently, is not.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie yesterday suspended — and demanded the resignation of — the husband of one of the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” from a water commission, saying he misled officials about his “real” residence.
Christie said Albert Manzo, whose wife, Caroline, is a star of the reality show, had claimed in 2008 — when he was nominated to serve on the North Jersey Water District Supply Commission — that he lived in the Brownstone restaurant in Paterson, which he co-owns.
In reality, Christie said, Manzo lives with his wife in Franklin Lakes, in a home featured in episodes of the Bravo reality show.
Manzo maintains the Brownstone is his legal residence and he won’t resign.
Update: Gov. Christie fired Albert Manzo