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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Jersey Shore's Angelina Fights Back Against Dress-Stealing Accusations


Jul. 3 2010, Published 3:15 p.m. ET

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Jersey Shore’s resident fashionista Angelina Pivarnick is fighting back against clothing designer Indashio, who is demanding she return dresses he lent her for the MTV Movie Awards last month.

“I was so excited when a fashion designer asked me to wear his line on the red carpet that I immediately said yes,” Angelina told in an exclusive interview.

Soon Pivarnick received offers from major companies like Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana to wear their clothes at the trendy awards show.

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But because she’d originally agreed to wear the independent designer’s clothes, she felt a certain sense of loyalty.

Angelina In The Indashio Dresses

Unfortunately, she said, her fashion favor backfired.

“When I tried on the dresses, they didn’t fit well and they weren’t sewn properly," she said. "As I walked down the red carpet, sequins fell off! I was worried the dress might fall apart."

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Angelina Pivarnick

She was so concerned about the dress ripping that she had an MTV rep carry an extra one in case of emergency, which she never got back.

“The missing dress is part of the problem,” explained Angelina, who told us she plans on returning the whole collection as soon as she can get them all together.

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“I really was hoping to get some publicity for the designer, which I did - I shouted his name out numerous times on the red carpet. And in return, I’m accused of stealing!”

“I have no interest in keeping the dresses. They’re really not my style – I’ll never wear them again, I only wore them because I didn’t want to disappoint him,” she confessed.

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