Danielle Staub of Bravo's "Real Housewives of New Jersey," is writing a new book and telling all about it to ET.

Staub, who at times found herself at odds with her "New Jersey" castmates, stepped out at the New York premiere of 'Youth in Revolt' on Tuesday night, and told ET that she is working on a memoir with Simon & Shuster.

"There are a lot of shocking, a lot of hard things that people are going to have to digest, but it really happened to me and it's going to be written the way that I remember it, from birth all the way through," Danielle tells ET.

Not wanting to give too much away, she did tell ET that she was once homeless: "I'll give a little secret to you ... at one point in time in my life, I actually was homeless. That might be a shocking thing for people to know, and I want people to embrace whatever it is they're going through, not because I went through it, but, because I survived it, you can too. I've been low."

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