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Judi Gets Kicked Out of a Club on 'The Bad Girls Club' (VIDEO)

by Laura Prudom, posted Aug 9th 2011 1:30AM
Bad Girls ClubWhen you have a show called 'The Bad Girls Club' (Mon., 9PM ET on Oxygen), bad behavior is kind of implied, but it's nice to know that some shenanigans can still get you booted from a club, no matter how many cameras you have with you.

Such was the case for Judi this week. She was given her marching orders after getting totally wasted, hopping behind the bar and throwing things at unsuspecting bystanders and her entirely unsympathetic cohorts.

The security guards didn't seem amused, but the barman and one lucky cop sure weren't complaining ...

"Who does this, who does this?" she slurred, while waving her leg up and down at a random cop. (We're assuming that by "this," she means "flashing my ladybits at passers by.")

"Me, me, me, me, me!" she clarified, in case he wasn't sure. So wait, let me get this straight -- you do this, Judi?

After stealing a hug from the cheery cop, she informed him, "you cannot be mad at me, because you know, you know ..." before, you know, falling over. Her club of fellow bad girls wasn't far behind, but they didn't seem quite as thrilled as she was to call things a night. What, no designated driver?

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pinkster88

When I first saw Judi, I had the same impressin that everyone else had – a drunken and disrespectful person – but as I watch the show, I begin to sympathize with her. No one should ever be bullied and I think that’s the only reason Shelly is a bad girl. She thrives off of the pain from someone else and it angers me when Judi IS trying to show them that she’s not a bad person and they – Tasha, Priscilla and Shelly – continue to attack her. I can’t wait to see what happens this Monday night and although I’m not at home most of the time when it comes on, I can still watch it on my phone! When the show started, I went ahead and signed up for the Sling Adapter with my DISH Network employee account so I would never miss a minute of it. I can watch live and pre-recorded content and I don't even have to be at home to do so. The Sling Adapter is normally $99 but with a special promotion with DISH Network, new and existing customers can now get it for free. People can go here to get more information http://bit.ly/lDiR6U!

August 21 2011 at 7:19 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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