A New Jersey judge agreed to hear a lawsuit claiming producers of Jersey Shore engaged in a "criminal enterprise" by profiting from fights featuring the stars.
By airing fights the Jersey Shore cast engaged in and deliberately provoked, attorney Eugene LaVergne of Long Branch argues that the show violated the law.
It seeks unspecified damages on behalf of three clients, who weren't responsible whatsoever for their own actions, involved in drunk fights with Ronnie Magro.
On Friday, Superior Court Judge Joseph L. Foster denied a motion to dismiss the claim that the defendants' conduct violated New Jersey's racketeering statute.
Ronnie probably thinks a statute is what Lady Liberty is.
JUICED UP: Ronnie will crack some skulls when messed with on the boardwalk. Sure, he's easily provoked, but morons looking to be on TV should be on notice too.