For the second time in four months, a 50-million-dollar lawsuit against Journey guitarist Neal Schon stemming from his relationship with The Real Housewives of D.C. star Michaele Salahi [mih-KEL sah-LAH-hee] has been dismissed.

According to the Northern Virginia Daily, Warren County Circuit Court Judge Dennis L. Hupp ruled Monday that Tareq Salahi's claims should be addressed in his divorce proceedings, rather than in a lawsuit. Tareq Salahi is Michaele's estranged husband.  The same judge previously dismissed the complaint in April, after which Salahi amended the suit.

Salahi plans to appeal to the Virginia Supreme Court.

Salahi has claimed, among other things, that Schon emailed him a picture of his privates and called him to say, "I'm f**king your wife." Salahi also claimed that Michaele's affair with Schon cost him well-paying TV opportunities.

Before their marriage fell apart, the Salahis were best known for crashing a White House state dinner in 2009. Tareq filed for divorce last year, not long after his wife left him for Schon.