Snooki and JWoww fans have reason to celebrate while the residents of Pelican Island have cause to cringe. The injunction to stop production of MTV’s “Snooki & JWOWW” on the Jersey Shore has been denied according to The Asbury Park Press on Wednesday.
The folks of Pelican Island attempted to stop 495 Productions from filming the “Jersey Shore” spinoff, starring besties, JWoww and Snooki. The crew of "Snooki & JWOWW" had commandeered a home in the residential neighborhood of Berkley Township, located across the bridge from Seaside Heights, and commenced pre-production of MTV’s reality television show. Attorney Ron Gasirowski who represents the Members of the Pelican Island Property Owners Association filed a complaint claiming production violates township code.
According to The Asbury Park Press, Ocean County Superior Court Judge E. David Millard denied the association’s request to stop filming “Snooki & JWOWW”, however not all of the issues were addressed by the judge and the lawsuit is still pending.
There was a mixed reaction from the residents of Pelican Island as not all are against the production of “Snooki & JWOWW” in the residential area. Many homes in the neighborhood are still rebuilding from Hurricane Sandy.
When the complaints of the town fist became public knowledge, JWoww and Snooki took to social media to fight for the "Jersey Shore” spinoff.
This little Pelican Island drama with JWoww and Snooki will undoubtedly be mentioned when the VMAs air Sunday, August 25.
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