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Jersey Shore Angelina's Mother Speaks Out about her Daughter Being Bullied

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Angelina's mother finally speaks out

I always wondered what Angelina’s mother thought about all the drama  surrounding her daughter on Jersey Shore.

Finally she has spoken out!  Ann Marie Pivarnick, Angelina’s mom said, “Enough is enough.”

“Being called a lass and a hamster is absolutely horrible,” her mother told RadarOnline.com.  “They are calling her these names and it is wrong.”

In the interview, she said her daughter “didn’t go to the reunion show, and I’m glad.”

“Why go if they are just going to make her out to be the villain? Why else would they want her there? It would have been seven against one and they would have ganged up on her and it is just not right.”

Angelina’s mom admitted she was beside herself with all the bad words aimed at her daughter, including that she was a “dirty little hamster”.

On one episode of the MTV show, a cast member said, “Angelina was just like the Staten Island ferry… it’s free and everybody gets a ride.”

Angelina, 22, has been the subject of bullying and physical attacks both and off the screen. 

She and a friend were window shopping at a store on Staten island when a group of youths attacked them.  Angelina told police that she was punched in the back of the head while her pal was whacked in the face with a bottle.

Angelina’s mother has her daughter’s back.  “She isn’t perfect and she knows that now.  But why ridicule my daughter when all of them do disgusting things on the show.

I can’t let her live like this… what is going to happen next?”

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