Annabelle DeSisto—who appeared on an episode of season two of Jersey Shore in which The Situation booted her from the house after refusing his advances—is speaking out, painting an unflattering portrait of the infamous guido's behind-the-scenes creepiness.
In an interview with Best Week Ever, Annabelle, a former Miss Teen Florida runner-up, gives a riveting account of how she found herself at the Jersey Shore's Miami residence, an encounter that was featured on the penultimate episode of the most recent season of the show that ended with The Situation kicking her out of his bed—a strategic move he employed (in order to get her to submit to him sexually) that wound up backfiring on him when she stormed out after calling him an "old man."
If came off looking like an asshole in that episode, it's because, according to Annabelle, he was. And that's just the tip of the iceberg-Olive-Garden-lettuce. Initially, Annabelle and her friend Lindsay (who appeared on the same episode, shown in bed with Pauly D.) noticed the reality stars at the Miami club Space and were more interested in talking to the girls than to to the guys. "I just wanted to talk to Snooki and J-WOWW and be like, 'Thanks for turning me on to this great tanning product, J-WOWW!'" However, the female roommates weren't receptive to a conversation, but the male roommates were. Annabelle was talking to Vinny most of the night, but in a swarm of confusion after a fight broke out at the club (that resulted in the cast being asked to leave) she found herself alone with The Situation, who began saying "the weirdest stuff," which she figured was just his sense of humor, thinking that nobody could ever seriously behave that way. In addition to repeatedly asking her about her panties:
He kept saying, "I'm bad, I'm bad. I'm bad, I'm bad, and I'm the baddest." And I'm like, "Okay Michael Jackson, we get it, you're the baddest"…He also asked me if I was wearing underwear a lot. And then he asked me if I like my hair pulled, and I was like "I don't understand that question." He's like, "Do you like getting your hair pulled?" And I was like, "In fights? No, I don't like my hair being pulled." He's like, "I need to know later when I ‘F' you." I was like, "Oh god!"
Once they were back at the house, The Situation kept insisting that she change out of her dress and into some of his clothes.
And I was like "No," and he was like "But you seem really uncomfortable in that dress, lets just get you into pajamas." I'm like, "Does everything you own have a rhinestone bulldog or dragon or Ed Hardy logo on it?" And he's like "Yeah, of course!" And I was like, "Then I'm not changing clothes."
She says that this is the reason that she got into the bed with him to hide under the covers, explaining that she was wearing "a Rock Of Love dress and I didn't want to be blurred out anywhere."
She says they never made out, but not for The Situation's lack of trying.
Under the covers, he was just looking at me trying to do awkward small talk and I'm like "Oh, what do you do in your spare time?" He was like, "Can you just shut up and blow me?"
She explained to him that they were not going to hook up, and even offered to return to the club with him to find him another girl who would be more willing. When he realized that she was serious that she would not be getting physical with him, "he got, like, really mean."
In a weird coincidence, Annabelle and her friend Lindsay ran into The Situation a few months later in L.A. while at a taping of The Jay Leno Show, where The Situation was the guest.
During the commercial, Jay Leno was like, "Hey Mike, why don't you come say hello to these two cute girls over here?" We were like, "No no no, that's okay," but he made him come over and say hi to us. It was the most uncomfortable moment because we knew he recognized us somehow because he had like that weird look. He was like, "Hey, how are you guys?" And I wanted to be like, "I f*cking hate you!", but I couldn't.