If you were once a stripper who became a society fixture after marrying an accountant to the stars—only for your husband to turn out to be a Ponzi schemer—doesn't it make sense that reality TV is your next move? Diane Passage, wife of convicted fraudster Kenneth Starr, will appear on "Wall Street Wives," and Pasage told the NY Times that the program will be a "a more intellectual 'Real Housewives.'"

Last year, when feds became suspicious of Starr, whose celebrity clients included Martin Scorsese, Uma Thurman and Al Pacino, they went to his Upper East Side apartment and found him hiding in a closet under a pile of clothes. He pleaded guilty to running a $33 million scam over five years and was sentenced to seven years.

Starr met Passage while she was working at Scores— he dumped his third wife, who suffers from multiple sclerosis, for her. A friend told the Daily News, "The story of Ken Starr is simple. He was one of the world's greatest salesmen whose entire life was turned upside down by his infatuation for a stripper." The couple's divorce is reportedly in the works; Passage only found out that she was Starr's fourth wife when he was being sentenced. The 35-year-old mother lives in a small apartment in Times Square, with her assets frozen due to Starr's fraud.

"Wall Street Wives" is still working on its cast and is talking to various networks. Passage says she told Starr about doing the show, "I mentioned it to him. But he doesn’t get a say."