A licensing company tried to cash in to Snooki’s celebrity fame but it seems like they are the ones that did not get some moolah.
SRG Ventures has filed a $7 million lawsuit against the reality star for allegedly sabotaging the deal in which she signed to launch products that are Snooki-themed.
The company accused Snooki that she has been secretly wrecking their products as she negotiated with other companies behind their back.
Just this year, Snooki tried to end the contract with SRG ventures for the reasons that they did not fulfill the contract that was promised.
The products that was supposed to be launched are sunglasses, sportswear and swimwear.
Before that, they have been in better terms after a successful range of slippers with leopard prints was a success.
She also released a $45 perfume for teens. It was launched in MTV.
The company has filed a counterclaim against Snooki, according to The New York Post.
Some of the succesful launching of SRG Ventures are Marilyn Monroe merchandises and US Olympic Committee.
SRG Ventures is saying on legal paper that Snooki ‘stalled over giving agreements to merchandise the company wanted to sell.’
They first filed it in Ulster County New York, but they have plans on moving it to Manhattan.
Snooki is not the first person caught in a legal battle in the Jersey Shore cast.
Mike Sorrentino also wants to get some money over the brand Abercrombie and Fitch claiming that they used his name without permission to market some clothings.
He said that he did not profit from it and wants $4 million for using his image.