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The 'Jersey Shore' star says his addiction began with pain meds for an injury during 'Dancing with the Stars'.
The former 'Jersey Shore' star sued the clothing line for infringing on his nickname but lost due to bad timing.
With strong determination, the 'Boy Meets World' actress returned to school at the age 27 and did well enough in math to become a tutor.
The stars of the hit MTV reality series share their best and worst moments throughout the six seasons of the show.
The MTV reality TV star admits he was making money by giving massages and lap dances while he was in college, but is shy when asked by his cast mates to show his moves.
Showing off his washboard abs, the reality show star appears in the organization's latest campaign for cat adoption.
The 'Jersey Shore' hunk was initially sued by Gotham NYC for ditching the company when he became a star.
It all started with some people taunting the girls about the cameras that were filming them and it continued to be a fist fight involving almost everybody in the club.
Also mentioned in the full cast line-up of the FOX upcoming reality series are Taylor Hicks, DJ Pauly D, Rob Kardashian, Dean Cain and Hope Dworaczyk among others.
The 'Jersey Shore' star is spotted at a Utah airport on Wednesday, April 4, sparking speculation that he has completed his treatment for prescription pills at Cirque Lodge.
Hours after telling fans not to believe everything they read or hear, the 'Jersey Shore' star releases an official statement regarding reports that he had entered an inpatient treatment program.
A representative for the 'Jersey Shore' star declines to confirm that he checked into inpatient treatment program for substance abuse, saying that he only needs to rest and recuperate.
The 'Jersey Shore' star did not only open up her closet but also said she thought her co-star is still hiding his orientation.
The reality star denied any wrongdoing, saying the contract with clothing company Serious Pimp was 'completed'.
The lawsuit filed by the 'Jersey Shore' star in Florida stems from Abercrombie and Fitch's August claim that the company has offered substantial payment for him not to wear its apparel.