Former The Real Housewives of New Jersey star Danielle Staub is releasing her own personal journal to the public.

Staub, 53, announced Thursday on Twitter she's penning a memoir.

"I'm breaking my silence," tweeted the controversial former reality TV star. "And writing my tell all including the 'Reality of #RHONJ' the impact on mine and my family's life's @Andy @bravotv."

Hours later, Staub bragged on social media, "All I need to do is put out one tweet that I am writing a 'tell all' and within [a half-hour] it has reached over a hundred thousand people and retweeted by even more. My in box filled with so many emails from social media giants asking me about first rights? Funny thing is, I walked away from the RHONJ over 6 years ago! Statistics show...yet to date I am still the most recognized more then any other housewife in the franchise. That's not coming from me! It's coming from the fans the press and yes the haters too, I have laid dormant for far to long and let others do the talking for me."

"I have been taken advantage of due to this so called public figure/celebrity status more times that I care to mention. I have been labeled unspeakable things but out of respect for myself and especially MY TWO PRECIOUS GIRLS, never once did I fight back and defend my character because I felt people will form opinions on the person they think they know and how Bravo edited me. Oh if I could only pick up all the edited film from the cutting room floor we would have the best f-cking reality show on that network," she continued.

"Yes I have made some bad decisions in my life 100% I'm not denying that but what people forget is that I am a human with feelings and I am also a mother of two beautiful girls that I would give my life for! What matters most to me is their respect. Nobody wants to read about what a great mom I am, an incredible provider and supporter and a cheer mom that bakes brownies, that wont sell books . Every body wants 15 minutes of fame but nobody wants to sacrifice an entire lifetime for it. Get ready because ..This is my story the unedited version and one that I should have told a long time ago!"

Staub will apparently be mentioning the Bravo network and Andy Cohen, executive producer of The Real Housewives franchise, in her book.

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.

One of the most memorable feuds went down with Teresa Giudice, who flipped over a table after accusing Staub of arrests, multiple engagements with men and being "a prostitution whore."

Staub never returned to The Real Housewives of New Jersey although reports often circulated she was due for a comeback or at least guest appearances. She went on to star on VH1's Famous Food reality show in 2011.

This tell-all book will be the second published for Staub, as she had previously written The Naked Truth addressing her alleged criminal past that was discussed on the show.