August 27, 2015
Snooki Insists Ashley Madison Account Linked To Her Husband Is A Lie

Snooki has no time for any rumors that her husband, Jionni LaValle, has used Ashley Madison to cheat on her, the New York Daily News is reporting.

Formerly of Jersey Shore, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi has been married to Jionni LaValle since 2014, and has two kids with him. She's also fiercely defensive of him: in January, when rumors emerged that Jionni might be cheating on her, Snooki shot back.

Needless to say, when rumors that her man was caught up in the Ashley Madison scandal, thanks to an Us Weekly report that found his e-mail address on the site, Snooki wasn't buying it. The 27-year-old Snooki took to Instagram to set the record straight.

"This morning when I got a call from my publicist that a story was going to be printed on my husband 'allegedly' signing up on Ashley Madison, I laughed- and said lets not even comment and give the story any juice, because it couldn't be any further from the truth. But now seeing how it's the 'news of the day' and everyone is wondering what I think about it- here it is. Jionni is the the most humble, respectful, and most loyal souls I know. I mean hello, that's why I married him. He's a stand up guy who loves his family more than anything in this world. The fact that the tabloids can deliberately make stories up and print things like 'Jionni LaValle ALLEGEDLY and MAY HAVE signed up on Ashley Madison' is absurd... I really didn't even want to acknowledge this absurd story, but when my family is being bashed for no reason- mama bear is gonna say what's up. So no, 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. Jionni is a good guy and doesn't need his name being tarnished. Nor does our family. We did nothing wrong to deserve this. So with all of this said, I love you babe."
Snooki's explanation does not, however, explain how her husband's e-mail address was found in the Ashley Madison data breach.

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