“Jersey Shore’s” Angelina Settles Sexual Harassment Suit With FDNY

“Jersey Shore” star Angelina Pivarnick has settled her sexual harassment suit with the FDNY. The city has agreed to shell out $350,000 over Angelina’s claims that she was sexually harassed while working as an EMT.

The settlement comes a year after Angelina sued the city in the case, claiming she was sexually harassed by her superior, Lieutenant David Rudnitzky. Angelina worked for the FDNY from 2016 to 2018, and she says it was a very hostile and sexually charged environment – including rude comments and personal questions about her sex life.

“The FDNY takes allegations of sexual harassment seriously. Ms. Pivarnick’s claim was fully investigated, and the appropriate corrective action was taken,” says city rep Nicholas Paolucci. “This settlement was in the best interests of the city.”

Source: New York Daily News

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