J-WOWW Full of Lies
A publicist's work is never-ending and the boundless job requires accentuating the positive and downplaying the negative. Whenever a celebrity suffers an unfortunate bout of bad judgment, gets caught lip-syncing, or has a very public breakup, it's the publicist to the rescue, putting a positive spin on the event.
That old adage [all publicity is good publicity] about there being no such thing as bad press isn't exactly true. If you would like to know the truth behind stars and related media, read about Kim Kardashian's former publicist Jonathan Jaxson, who dishes exclusive dirt on the celebutante.
Covering up Jenni's mistakes is exactly what the Jersey Shore star's publicist is doing. Behind all the glamour, lighting and story editing involved in Jersey Shore, JWoww is protecting her false side of the story.
Inside reports close to the family of Jenni's ex-boyfriend, Tom Lippolis, states that what was shown on national television in both the episode and after-show is all a lie. Though many viewers feel sympathetic towards Jenni, they are only seeing MTV's fabricated story.
Questionable moments of Jenni returning home observing that the aforementioned items were taken was all created due to story-telling sake. MTV's only plans are to create more ratings and reviews.
Sources affirm that Jenni Farley has concocted the whole scenario with the disreputable photos due to her own insecurities of her ex-boyfriend possessing them.
Sources also indicate that the release of the photos would affect the original lawsuit regarding Tom's unpaid management fees. He acted as the sole negotiator of JWoww's contracts, but never got a cut of the profits as her business manager. Lippolis is asking for $350,000 in re-compensation.
According to the efforts of Lippolis' attorney, Jeffrey Baum states, "All we are looking for is to be compensated for what [Lippolis] did. She then moves for a temporary restraining order restraining us from releasing these photos. This has nothing to do with what are claiming."
JWoww's legal attempt to stop naked photos of herself being sold to the media is nothing more than a publicity stunt.
May a lesson be learned from Jersey Shore. Never mix romance and business together.