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“Jersey Shore” star Angelina Pivarnick claims that she was sexually harassed by FIREFIGHTERS, a supervisor, repeatedly, while working as an EMT in Staten Island, new york, new york, according to a federal lawsuit filed Monday.
Pivarnik, 33, made the complaint that Lt Jonathan Schecter, of the fire department and [emergency medical services] Station 23, the “constantly exposed to Pivarnick of sexual harassment, as well as comments about her body and physical appearance” and cannot be used for text messaging, according to Page Six.
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In 2017, in the text, Schecter, reportedly wrote: “Your a– is really great, and I really wish I wasn’t working or in uniform, because I definitely would have kissed those wonderful lips.” In 2018, he allegedly grabbed her from behind and contact is made with her in the vaginal area to” in a parking lot outside of the army command station.
Angelina Pivarnick, 33, pictured here in 2019 at the latest, the MTV Video Music Awards, has filed a federal lawsuit Monday claiming she was sexually harassed while working as an EMT in Staten Island, new york.
Pivarnick claims that she had “made it clear” that the Schecter was not allowed to touch her, but he also allegedly sent her a text later that day and said, “That’s a–! If you only knew the thoughts I had in my mind.”
Individually, Lt David Rudnitzky “, apparently believed that he would be able to talk to Pivarnick at the workplace, sexually explicit and vulgar terms, because they are starring in a new episode of MTV’s “Jersey Shore.”
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“How many guys on” Jersey Shore, ” did you f – – – – – – -?,” Rudnitzky reportedly been asked, in March 2018, according to the lawsuit. Although it is not named as a defendant in the suit, Ridnitzsky allegedly asked her if she “f – – – – – – -” [her] husband,” and at one point said, “please Make sure that there will be no f – – – – – – – – today is the day.”
Pivarnick said she has filed a complaint with the FIRE from the Equal Employment Opportunity Office, and was told that the allegations were “credible.” It is unclear as to whether any action had been taken against the Schecter, or Rudnitzky. They also claimed that it was revenge for making the complaint.
In a statement to E! News, Pivarnik said that they filed the lawsuit, ” because I had to deal with severe sexual harassment while working for EMS, and it was a revenge by my management if I have a complaint in-house.”
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“It should go without saying that, from what I’ve seen, has nothing to do with television or entertainment. As with all women, I reserve the right to be treated with dignity and respect at work, and I don’t have to accept unwanted sexual advances, crude comments about my body or physical aggression,” she said. “In the future, at the instruction of my lawyers, I will not be commenting on this matter any further, other than as required by the court.”
A spokesman for the New York City Law Department, said the case was under investigation.