It's been less than three weeks since Angelina Pivarnick married Chris Larangeira.
But if you're one of those people who worries that Jersey Shore might run out of steam as its stars settle down, get married, and have kids, fear not -- Angeliners is still a 24-hour drama magnet.
The big story of the past month, of course, has been the disaster that was Pivarnick's wedding.
To be fair, this wasn't Angelina's fault -- though she did make the fatal mistake of inviting her co-stars and expecting them to act like grownups for a few hours.
For reasons that defy logic, Snooki and JWoww decided to bully Angelina at her own wedding reception.
Along with Deena Nicole Cortese, the Shore icons gave a toast that sounded more like a roast and left the other guests shocked and appalled.
The women referred to Pivarnick as "trash" and a "dump" in an onslaught of insults that left her running from the room in tears.
The situation was so bad that Angelina wants a "redo" of her wedding.
But she may want to hold off on that for the time being, as it sounds like her current legal battle will be eating up a lot of funds for the foreseeable future.
Yes, according to a new report from Radar Online, Angelina is being sued by the former owner of her house.
The site claims that the seller set aside $14,000 for repairs, but Angelina and Chris only requested $1,800 at the time of signing.
They later decided to request the rest of the money, and the seller filed a lawsuit in which he basically claims they missed the boat.
“Seller agreed to buyer’s demand to pay $1800 for outstanding repairs. Seller’s counsel then inquired as to who to make the $1800 check payable to,” the court documents read.
“Seller has satisfied its obligations under the agreement. Buyer has no right to demand funds remaining in escrow.”
Angelina and Chris have filed a countersuit in which they claim the damages to the house are far more severe than they initially realized:
“The walls of the property were never sealed, allowing water to get into the walls from the outside and — in turn — result in rot and leaks to the structure,” the documents state.
“Additionally, when the property encountered heavy rainstorms post-closing, the subject property flooded from leaks in the roof, inadequate gutters, improperly installed gutters and leaders, improperly placed windows, and inadequate drainage.”
Sounds like a messy situation that might be dragged out in court for several months.
Worse, it gives Angelina's castmates a mountain of new material for the next time they decide to roast her in public.