Ronnie's "One Shot" has inspired a new t-shirt -- and uproar.
The Jersey Shore brute has sparked controversy for his Twitter-based advocacy of clothing, emblazoned with the slogan “One Shot” and a large and seemingly feisty fist as its logo.
But as RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned, the fashion line isn’t going to help his two pending cases in Seaside Heights, New Jersey, regarding the knockout blow he delivered to Stephen Izzo.
Izzo, who Ronnie infamously whacked with one punch in season one of the MTV show, is suing Ronnie.
He has also pressed criminal charges against the 24-year-old reality TV star.
Izzo's attorney, Eugene Lavernge tells RadarOnline.com that if Ronnie is profiting off the shirt, his client will seek an immediate stop.
“If he’s stupid enough to do that, we will be back in court in a week seeking an injunction,” Izzo said.
Lavergne is basing his clients case on the idea that MTV, 495 Productions and Ronnie profited off criminal activity.
When we reached out to Ronnie’s manager, he insisted: “Ronnie has nothing to do with these t-shirts.”