Snooki's fiancé Jionni Lavalle tried to make her go to rehab after she got drunk on a night out following the birth of her son Lorenzo last year.
Snooki's fiancé tried to make her go to rehab.
The former 'Jersey Shore' star almost destroyed her relationship with Jionni Lavalle after she blacked out and locked lips with her pal Jenni Farley on a night out, just after her son Lorenzo was born last August.
Writing in her new book 'Baby Bumps', she said: ''About a month after Lorenzo was born, I went on a girls' night out ...
''After being a saint for ten months, I had no idea what my tolerance level was any more. I blacked out, and only found out what happened the next day.
''Apparently, I managed to pack a lot of trouble into just a few hours ... I knew it had been filmed and that Jionni would find out the truth. I had to tell him what happened, but I didn't have the mental focus or strong stomach to say it to his face.''
She admits she text messaged him while they were sitting next to each other on the sofa, which resulted in him telling her to stay away from him and their son.
She added: ''Jionni had also mentioned something about rehab.
''Hysterical, I took a drive around the block and called Jenni. She was on my side, of course ... Jenni said, 'Jionni chose to be with you; he chose to get you pregnant; he chose to propose to you. He has to choose to be with the real you. You don't need rehab. You just need a break.''
The 26-year-old star admits after her heart-to-heart with Jenni she vowed to stop boozing because she couldn't risk losing her family.
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