Jersey Shore has always been guilty of being a guilty pleasure, but now the producers of the MTV show are being sued for supposedly running a "criminal enterprise," because they're "profiting" off of castmembers' fights.

A judge in New Jersey has agreed to hear a lawsuit filed by three of the people that Ronnie Magro socked during the taping of the first season. The suit argues that because 495 Productions, the company that makes the show for MTV, may have profited from fights that the gang of guidos deliberately started, the producers are in violation of the state's racketeering laws.

Oh great, now they're charging Jersey Shore with the same charges mobsters routinely face? Italian-American groups are really going to love this! The suit better not impede the second season of the most important sociological experiment of our time or else we're going to go out and clock those guys in the head ourselves.