Jersey Shore Producer: Everyone is Accounted For

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Jersey Shore Producer: Everyone is Accounted For
Screw you guys, I’m going home!

After “The Situation” and Vinny both threatened to leave Jersey Shore, MTV has reportedly instituted a zero tolerance policy for cast members pretending to quit. If they walk off the show, they’ll be fired.

A couple of weeks ago, Vinny apparently stormed out of the house and vowed to run away. My guess he packed his bags, walked down the street, realized he was essentially getting paid to be on vacation and thought, “yeah, I can put up with these schmucks” before walking back to the Shore.

Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino was the next to threaten to ditch the house. He apparently walked out of the house alone after becoming frustrated with the show.

Hollyscoop talked to producer SallyAnn Salsano who assured us the cast is still intact.

“I’m shooting it right now,” Salsano told HS. “I’m in beautiful Seaside Heights, and everybody is accounted for.”

Salsano admits she didn’t anticipate the huge success of Jersey Shore, saying if someone would’ve told her a show like this would’ve gotten as big as it has, she’d have said, “f-ck off, it’s not gonna happen.”

The entire concept of the show came from Salsano's summers spent in Jersey Shore. She often likens herself to Snooki.

“I was just a girl from Long Island, saving all year to get a share in Seaside Heights,” she tells us.

But was her life filled with as much drama as Snooki & the Gang?

“I like to think I wasn’t that bad, but there weren’t cameras in my house,” Salsano tells us.
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