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“Jersey Shore’s” Ginacola puncha-a-lady-in-da-face

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Those “Jersey Shore” cast members are causing more mischief in Miami than Sacha Baron Cohen on a “Borat” set.

Weeks after Snooki caused a bar brawl in Miami, a woman has fingered castmember Sammi “Sweetheart” Giancola for punching her in the head twice at a nightclub.

Per Fox News and the Associated Press, Kristen DeMinco received a shiner in her eye on Saturday night from “Sweetheart.”

And in good Italian legal fashion, Ginacola’s lawyer says her name will be cleared once more facts come to the forefront.

Perhaps these tough “Jersey Shore” girls have a higher calling, i.e. as a female mercenary group who can take out Al-Queda in Afghani bars. Just an idea.

Meanwhile, a New Jersey judge has agreed to hear a case that accuses “Jersey Shore” producers of engaging in “criminal enterprise” by having their castmembers instigate fights with bystanders for the sensational purposes of the show. Gosh, you don’t say…

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