Jersey Shore’s Angelina Pivarnick Reaches $350,000 Settlement in FDNY Harassment Lawsuit – E! On-line


UPDATEAngelina Pivarnick has reached a $350,000 settlement in her sexual harassment lawsuit in opposition to the Metropolis of New York, E! Information confirms. 

The Jersey Shore star instructed E! Information in a press release, “I stated when the case was filed that it had nothing to do with tv or leisure and that is still true. Sexual harassment is critical and has devastating penalties for therefore many ladies. It has for #MeToo. Though I skilled horrendous therapy at EMS, I am happy with the decision of my case and I stay up for utilizing my voice to talk about the necessity to shield all girls from sexual harassment.” 

The New York Metropolis Regulation Division additionally confirmed the sum she will obtain, with a spokesperson sharing, “The FDNY takes allegations of sexual harassment severely. Ms. Pivarnick’s declare was totally investigated, and the suitable corrective motion was taken. This settlement was in the most effective pursuits of the town.”

Learn extra concerning the actuality TV star’s authorized battle under. 


Jersey Shore star Angelina Pivarnick is taking authorized motion in opposition to a lieutenant throughout the New York Metropolis Fireplace Division.  

In keeping with court docket paperwork obtained by E! Information, Pivarnick, who works as an EMT in Staten Island, is suing Lt. Jonathan Schechter and the Metropolis of New York for sexual harassment. Within the grievance, Pivarnick claims two of her supervisors, together with Schechter, subjected her to a “sexually hostile work setting” for greater than a 12 months between 2017 and 2018.