Jenna Jameson, the former porn star and Tito Ortiz ex- of Huntington Beach, has used her ever-informative Twitter account to chime in on a matter of national importance:
The ongoing war between The Situation of Jersey Shore and Abercrombie & Fitch of Mall World, USA.
The Vivid Entertainment star's tweet follows after the jump . . .
The Situation (real name Mike Sorrentino) often wears A&F clothing on MTV's
hit unreal reality show, but he is apparently such a douche in the eyes of the retailer that it's offered to pay him money to stop wearing its threads and “cheapening the brand.” Ironically, A&F had no problem with its stores last year selling a shirt called “The Fitchuation,” as noted in Next Media Animation's take on the matter:
Anyway, to bring this all full circle, another porn celebrity, Larry Flynt, has offered to pay The Situation to wear Hustler-brand clothing. (Hat tip to Twirlit.) “The Sitch may not be good enough for Abercrombie & Fitch,” Flynt says, “but he's good enough for us.”
And to bring this full circle to Jameson, her attorney this week filed a motion in a Wheaton, Ill., courtroom to remove the attorneys representing a cinema-chain owner who sued the actress for allegedly breaking a contract to appear at his movie houses in March to promote her 2008 flick Zombie Strippers.
Jameson's attorney, who has also questioned the validity of the contract and whether his client ever signed it, also wants the case dismissed. “I'm out of order? You're out of order! You're all out of order! And is that a gavel under your robe, judge, or are you just happy to see the defendant?”