Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi unwelcome to film 'Snooki and JWoww' reality show in Jersey shore town
BERKELEY TOWNSHIP, N.J. - Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi responded again Tuesday to residents of a New Jersey town who objected to MTV's plans to shoot season three of her "Jersey Shore" spinoff "Snooki & JWoww" there.
After having admonished Berkeley Township's Pelican Island community on Sunday, "Grow up, get over yourself and move on," Polizzi, 25, tweeted Tuesday, "Insult my son and fiancé, and I will go mama bear on your ----. If my 'actions' like playing with my son is bringing the wrong 'crowd,' obviously we are on two different pages here."
Residents of the town, still rebuilding from superstorm Sandy, learned a week ago of plans by MTV and 495 Productions to shoot there after seeing TV crew members at 515 Sunset Dr. S. That house is owned by Mike Loundy, owner of the Seaside Heights home where "Jersey Shore" was shot, reported The Star-Ledger.
Residents have expressed concern over unwanted noise and activity in a quiet residential area, the newspaper said.
A group of residents has retained a lawyer to try to stop production. "They are seeking to turn this house into a movie production studio," attorney Ronald Gasiorowski, told Berkeley Township officials at a council meeting Monday night, reported the local website Toms River Patch. "It's not someone who is living in this house as a resident, or having a summer vacation there. They're taking this house and they're converting it into a commercial use," he said.
Meanwhile, Polizzi's housemate, Jenni "JWoww" Farley, tweeted Tuesday, "Laughing so hard over these reports, Snooki. Who would've thought two girls can ---- so many people off?"