Snooki Polizzi’s October 2015 interview had the former MTV star slamming bullies from her high school years. According to a report from She Knows , the ex-party girl also admitted that the trauma could have affected her while she was doing “Jersey Shore.”
The TV personality narrated how overcoming mean schoolmates gave her enough confidence to be part of the hit MTV reality series.
“I was bullied my entire four years of high school, and it sucked,” Snooki Polizzi admitted in her latest 2015 interview.
“One day, I decided I wasn’t going to be a scared little bitch anymore, and I’m going to say something. Ever since I said something, no one’s ever said a word to me in school.”
“You have to stick up for yourself and know that everything people are saying about you isn’t true, and you shouldn’t question yourself,” she added.
The 27-year-old explained that her experience with bullies made her ready for all the criticisms that surrounded “Jersey Shore.”
“Thank god, that happened, because if it didn’t happen and I went on Jersey Shore, having to deal with what everybody was saying to me, I probably would’ve cracked,” Snooki Polizzi said.
Prior to the said Snooki Polizzi October 2015 interview, the married mother-of-two has been battling similar bullies these past months. This time, it was over the involvement of her husband in the recent Ashley Madison cheating scandal.
According to a report from Daily Mail , the alleged email address of Jionni LaValle was included in a list of Ashley Madison account holders. The scandal broke after the infamous cheating website got hacked last summer.
Mirror UK reported about how Snooki was quick to shot down Jionni LaValle cheating rumors.
“Jionni is the the most humble, respectful, and most loyal souls I know,” she said in an Instagram post.
“He’s a stand-up guy who loves his family more than anything in this world.”
“My husband didn’t sign up on that website to cheat on me. Honestly, if he wanted to cheat – he would go out and do it. Not sign up on a website and pay for it,” she pointed out.