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Snooki: My husband’s a loyal soul

Nicole ‘Snooki’ Polizzi has blasted reports that her husband Jionni LaValle had an account on the Ashley Madison infidelity website.

The Jersey Shore star’s spouse was accused of having an account on the controversial website for married people on Monday. After initially laughing at the claims upon hearing the news from her publicist, the 27-year-old decided to speak out in defence of her husband.

“[I] 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,” she began in a lengthy Instagram post. “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.(sic)”

The couple have been married for eight months and have two children together. Ashley Madison is a dating site aimed at married individuals or those in long term, committed relationships. The website was hacked last month and had all of its client data stolen, and the hackers have slowly been releasing names of alleged users. Snooki chose to post a picture from their nuptials in November last year to accompany her tirade, having been unable to bite her tongue any longer.

"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,” she continued. “So with all of this said, I love you babe. And even though I'm a pain in your a*s, I know you would never cheat on me. Especially on a lame a*s website. (sic)”

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