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    Montgomery County Government Sues Salahis For Unpaid Liquor

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    By Kavitha Cardoza

    The Virginia couple who got into last week's state dinner at the White House without an invitation is also in trouble for bouncing a check for liquor bought in Maryland.

    The Montgomery County government, has filed a lawsuit against Michaele and Tareq Salahi. The Salahis bought wine and beer for a charity polo event they held in the County in May.

    According to court documents, the couple returned more than $10,000 worth of merchandise, but they still owe more than $13,000 from the bounced check. A spokesman for the the couple declined to comment.

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