By: Cory Perrin - Staff Writer
Published: Jun 1, 2021

Snooki From Jersey Star Wrecks Into Police Car

Snooki Police Car - The Jersey Shore star was seen in a car by the Italian police after ‘Snooki’ Polizzi was taken into custody. Apparently, she hit the officer’s vehicle during a crash that sent two to the hospital. She was in Florence when she rammed the local cop car wedging her and co-star Deena Cortese in the vehicle.

The ‘low speed’ car crash caused the police to take Snooki into custody. She was later questioned at length and released. It was said that she wasn’t arrested, but may face charges later. Witnesses who saw the crash said Cortese and Snooki had to climb out the window because the car was stuck between and high way security wall and the cop car.

According to TMZ, they reported that there was no alcohol involved in the crash. In addition there were thankfully no injuries involved. It is bad enough the ‘Jersey Shore’ stars have been banned from certain attractions in Italy, now they are causing even more of a ruckus.

If any of you follow ‘Jersey Shore’, which I’m sure that many of you have, this isn’t the first time Snooki has been in trouble with the police. Last July she was arrested in Seaside Heights, Jersey Shore for disorderly conduct during filming of season two. As you would expect she was drunk.


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