"Jersey Shore" star Angelina Pivarnick's nine-month engagement to Vinny Tortorella has already hit a speed bump.
On Aug. 9, Page Six reported that police were recently called to their New Jersey home after an alleged domestic violence incident. However, the MTV star refused to press charges once all was said and done.
A police report obtained by the New York Post's gossip website showed that Angelina called 911 and reported domestic violence. A "criminal investigatory record" was also reportedly made after the alleged altercation.
The reality TV star's attorney confirmed that authorities were called to the home but downplayed the alleged altercation.
"I can confirm that Angelina did in fact call the police to her home. After speaking with the officers, Angelina decided not to file charges," her attorney said in a statement. "This matter is now closed. Moving forward, Angelina would ask for privacy as it pertains to her personal life."
Angelina and Vinny got engaged at her "divorce party," which was held after she finalized her divorce from Chris Larangeira. The moment — which occurred in November 2022 — was filmed for MTV cameras, and the engagement aired on MTV in April.
"I love you so much. A lot of things in life aren't guaranteed, but something that I've learned since I met you is loving you is gonna be guaranteed for the rest of my life," Vinny said during the made-for-TV engagement. "If there's anything beyond life, I want us to love each other, do everything — good, bad, little, big — I'll always have your back, I know you'll have my back. I want to grow old with you, I want to experience everything with you. I wouldn't want to experience it with anyone else — together, as one."
Despite the recent incident, the couple is still together and filming next season's "Jersey Shore."
Vinny's attorney released a statement to Page Six, stating, "My client and Ms. Pivarnick are still engaged and are still residing together. Mr. Tortorella denies any act of impropriety that would warrant police involvement and denies any act of domestic violence occurred. No charges have been pressed against my client by Ms. Pivarnick or law enforcement. I ask that his privacy be respected in this regard."