Snooki Slams Josh and Anna Duggar as Her Husband’s Reported Ashley Madison Account Goes Public

by Jackie Willis 9:35 AM PDT, August 25, 2015
Playing Snooki Slams Josh and Anna Duggar as Her Husband’s Reported Ashley Madison Account Goes Public

Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and her husband Jionni LaValle are caught in their own Ashley Madison scandal, but that didn't stop her from commenting on Josh Duggar having two accounts on the website which caters to people seeking extramarital affairs. 

During her Naturally Nicole podcast that was posted on Tuesday, the former Jersey Shore star didn't hold back saying how she really felt about Josh's recent infidelity admittance.

"That's not shocking," Snooki responded to the reports about the former 19 Kids and Counting star. "He actually made a comment. He called himself a hypocrite and he said I'm ashamed of myself."

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Snooki then proceeded to slam Josh's wife Anna for sticking by her husband after his Ashley Madison accounts were leaked. "His wife is still standing by him," she said. "It's like, 'What the f**k is wrong with you? What are you doing?'"

ET confirmed that Anna and Josh are hiding out in their Arizona mountain home, while most of their family is holed up at the Duggar compound. Josh's sister Jessa Seewald is residing at the home that Josh used to set up one of his Ashley Madison accounts.

Snooki's choice words about Anna's decision to support her husband come after it was reported that her own spouse, Jionni, may have an Ashley Madison account.

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According to Us Weekly, LaValle's email was used to sign up for an account with the site, however it has not been confirmed that if it was Snooki's husband himself who signed up. Ashley Madison is free to sign up for, but users pay to reach out and connect with other users.

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A rep for Polizzi told ET they are "not addressing this for now."