SNOOKI POLIZZI, the reality television star who has been on trial for disorderly conduct, has been spared a jail sentence, reports the New York Daily News. However, Municipal Court Judge Damian Murray gave Polizzi one day of community service, whilst also fining her $500.
Polizzi was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and creating a public nuisance whilst on a beach in New Jersey in July, but the 22-year-old denied all charges and played down the incident during an interview with MTV News, saying, "I don't know why people take it so seriously. I had a couple cocktails, and they just put me in a drunk tank to sober me up", her lawyer confirmed during the trial that Polizzi was intoxicated at the time.
However, despite facing a potential 30-day jail sentence, the reality star - who rose to prominence on the show 'Jersey Shore' - was given a more lenient punishment. Before the trial began, Polizzi spoke about her fears of going to prison, saying, "I'm too pretty to be in jail. I'm a good person. I'm not a criminal and I will never go back there", and after learning of her fate, she said, "I would definitely like to apologize to the Seaside Heights cops".
The actor says he isn't "holding out for more money or doing anything like that".
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