Snooki signs for fans after community service

SEASIDE HEIGHTS, N.J. - October 18, 2010

More than 200 people on Sunday paid $10 a piece, or $20 if they didn't have a photo of the reality series star. Her lawyer says the proceeds will go to Donations of Love, which benefits local animal shelters.

Her lawyer says Polizzi spent the morning doing clerical work and cleaning the Seaside Heights police station. In September, she worked at a zoo.

A judge last month fined the pint-sized star $500 and ordered the community service because Polizzi had been drunk and disorderly on the beach in July.

Fifteen-year-old Victoria Rooms told the Asbury Park Press she flew out from Colorado just for an autograph.


Information from: Asbury Park Press,

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