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MTV’s newest superstar and socialite Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi is in trouble this week after an accident involving the TV personality and a patrol officer’s car in Florence, Italy. Snooki was reportedly taken into custody after the incident earlier this morning which left her vehicle sandwiched on the highway behind a traffic patrol car.

What’s ironic about the entire situation? The car she hit was one appointed to protect her personal safety while in Florence. Was Snooki drinking? Was she hungover from the holiday?

Apparently, not at all. She’s just in Florence filming the fourth season of the hit MTV series “Jersey Shore.” Think we’ll catch a glimpse of this action on the show soon? You tell us below on the message board.

Thank goodness no one was hurt, but you can find out more on the accident via the links below.


Snooki Crashes in Italy

Sean Kingston in Stable Condition After Jet Ski Accident in South Beach





3 thoughts on “Snooki Hits Police Escort in Italy

  1. ADD temper problems or problems with rage may also stem from this chronic shame. A rageful person is desperate to keep others far enough away so they won’t see his sense of defectiveness. A shamed person can only think to defend himself from real or imagined attacks by cruelly attacking the other person. And rage works. It drives people away and so protects the person from revealing his shame. But this device of using rage to keep people away is very damaging to a person’s self-esteem. Rage breaks the connection between people and so increases the shamed person’s shame. A rage/shame spiral can result. Social isolation lends itself to engrossment in sexual fantasy as a way to ameliorate loneliness.

  2. Deregulation and Deprivation

    Deregulation and impulsiveness are the hallmarks of ADD, as well as the hallmark of sex addiction. Unable to set boundaries on their own behavior, ADDers feel an intense need to continue forever whether it is on a work project or an involvement in a sexual enactment. One definition of compulsion may very well be “a loss of control characterized by an intense desire to continue despite adverse consequences.”

  3. In Brian’s case, he was not able to get a handle on his sex addiction because he had not been diagnosed and treated for Adult Attention Deficit Disorder. A particular constellation of imbalanced neurotransmitters were creating physical and emotional problems for him, including an inability to regulate attention, control impulses, sleeping, and mood and energy levels. His need to self-medicate his impulsivity, restlessness and mental hyperactivity gave way to using sexually compulsive behaviors to try to fix his brain chemistry. Poor impulse control combined with a drive for high-risk, intense, novel experiences contributed to Brian’s addiction to sex.

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