Snooki Cleaned Up After Zoo Animals for Community Service
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Snooki has a new reason to party: She's almost completed her court-ordered community service for disturbing others on the beach.
Ever since she was sentenced over the summer, the 22-year-old has been cleaning up after animals at a zoo.
On Sunday, she will sign photos at New Jersey's Seaside Heights Community Center for $10-$20 (depending on whether you bring your own photo, reports The Associated Press).
Proceeds go to Donations of Love, which aids local animal shelters.
"The autograph signing is not technically part of her community service," her lawyer, Raymond Raya, told the AP. "It's just a thank-you to her fans who have supported her throughout this whole process, and it raises money for a good cause."
Snooki, whose real name is Nicole Polizzi, may soon be getting her own MTV spin-off show.
"Execs think a show focusing on Snooki will be a bigger hit, so they pushed JWoww out," an insider tells the new Us Weekly. Said an MTV rep, "We can't confirm any new 'Jersey Shore'-related programming at this time."
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