Danielle Staub's Real Housewives days are apparently not over.

The former The Real Housewives of New Jersey star will reportedly be returning to the reality series for its upcoming fifth season. 

"Bravo has offered Danielle a contract," a source told In Touch Weekly. "Danielle is contemplating whether this will be full-time or part-time."

According to another In Touch source, Staub "will be filming several episodes" for the upcoming season, which will also feature former The Celebrity Apprentice contestant Teresa Giudice and her sister-in-law Melissa Gorga dealing with the effects of Hurricane Sandy instead of their own blowout arguments.

"The producers squeezed all the juice they could from the Giudices-versus-Gorgas story line and had to think of a fresh outlet for drama," the source added. "Having [Danielle] back on will ruffle a lot of feathers!"

Staub -- who sought professional treatment for psychological problems caused by childhood sexual abuse in May 2011 -- left The Real Housewives of New Jersey after its second season, which aired in 2010, due to overwhelming fights she had with fellow cast members.

She subsequently appeared on VH1's Famous Food reality show.