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Snooki 'Upset' Over How This 'Jersey Shore: Family Vacation' Storyline Was Edited

Here’s what Snooki says “was not the case at all.”

Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi has a bone to pick with the editors of "Jersey Shore: Family Vacation."

After watching the latest episode back, Snooki says she was "upset" over the way they cut her storyline with Jenni "Jwoww" Farley to make it look like Farley left Las Vegas because she was angry at her BFF.

"The last episode, nothing made sense to us because we know exactly what happened," she said during an interview with Buzzfeed’s AM to DM. "Sometimes editing, they try and leave stuff out, so they make it seem like something was there that wasn’t. We’re not scripted at all. We just go in there and do our thing, but we never know how they’re going to edit it."

The topic came up when the reality star was asked about a tweet she sent out on the 14th saying, "We aren’t scripted. But what does happen is the editing and how it comes off. That is not our control."

Speaking more about the editing process, Polizzi added, "I could be mad at Angelina but they can make it look like I’m mad at Jenni. I’m like, that’s not even what’s going on."

Speaking specifically about how the last episode ended, with Jenni fleeing Sin City for Jersey, here’s what Snooki says really went down.

"I got upset for Jenni because she left for her son, because her son had a doctor appointment, but they made it seem like she left because she was mad that I invited Joey and Angelina," she explained. Snooki added that "was not the case at all" and Jwoww actually told her to invite them.

"So Jenni is not a bully, leave her alone," Snooki added. "The editing really screws her up."

Ronnie’s girlfriend, Jen Harley, also recently took issue with how the show was edited, telling TooFab that they "didn’t show the truth" behind her behavior on the series.

To the viewers at home, a major fight between her and Ronnie seemed to have been sparked by a custody battle over their baby girl, but Jen said she was actually in search of her missing dog, a pit bull named Kimber, at the time.

"They didn’t show the truth," she told TooFab. "It was edited completely wrong. They didn’t show anything about the dog, and that’s the whole reason why I went to the hotel room looking for [Ronnie], because I had found out my dog was missing. I couldn’t find her. I was like putting up fliers everywhere looking for her, and Ronnie would just ignore my phone calls."

Click here to read her full account of events.

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