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Former RHONJ star says autistic son asked to leave library

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FRANKLIN LAKES -

A former member of the Real Housewives of New Jersey has taken to Facebook over an alleged incident at the Franklin Lakes library.

Jacqueline Laurita says a staff member at the library asked her 8-year-old son, who has autism, to leave because he was tapping on DVDs and made loud noises.

On a new Facebook post, Laurita says in the past, the library had made accommodations for her son, but this one staff member didn't and asked them to leave.

Laurita writes she wants the situation to turn into a positive by raising Autism awareness.

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