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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW: J-WOWW's Ex -- 'I Thought She Was Going To Kill Me'

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May 5 2011, Published 10:24 a.m. ET

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By Amber Goodhand

RadarOnline.com Staff Reporter

Jersey Shore’s Jenni “J-WOWW” Farley gave ex-boyfriend Tom Lippolis more than a fist pump!

The scorned lover told RadarOnline.com in an exclusive video interview that J-WOWW stabbed him in a fit of rage, and at one point he thought she was going to kill him.

"To be honest with you, I thought she was going to kill me,” Lippolis said of the night J-WOWW allegedly sliced his arm open and stabbed him with a fire poker.

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"While I was getting attacked by her, after we'd returned home from a club, we got into a normal relationship fight and before you know it my entire left arm was cut open.”

In the video, Lippolis shows off numerous scars he says are permanent reminders of the physical abuse he endured during his relationship with J-Woww.

"I went downstairs to get a dish towel to stop the bleeding and she wound up grabbing a fireplace poker and wanted to continue and I couldn't believe it,” he said. "I got 37 stitches inside my arm to stitch my bicep back together and I got 20 stitches to stitch my skin together.”

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And worst of all, Lippolis says J-Woww never apologized for what she did to him.

"Jenni did not apologize for doing this either, which I found very odd. Actually, I didn't really find it odd because she's a very cold person to begin with and no matter what she justified why she did it,” he said.

“She basically blamed me and told me, 'You made me do that.'".

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