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The Most Violent Stars of Reality Television

From Sammi on ‘Jersey Shore’ to Stephen from ‘The Real World: Seattle,’ these stars aren’t shy about getting tough

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From Sammi on 'Jersey Shore' to Stephen from 'The Real World: Seattle,' these stars aren't shy about getting tough

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‘Flavor of Love’: Brooke ‘Pumkin’ Thompson and Tiffany ‘New York’ Pollard

Some bachelorettes hope for a rose, others a big-ass clock. When Flavor Flav didn’t offer Pumkin a golden timepiece during the penultimate elimination ceremony, she took it out on her rival, New York. Naturally, New York didn’t help matters by initially provoking Pumkin to “slap me, bitch.” Instead of hitting her, Pumkin spat in New York’s face, causing New York to shove her to the floor, necessitating Flav himself to restrain the future I Love New York star. See, not only was Pumkin bummed over Flav’s rejection, but Flav had added insult to injury by insinuating that she was only there for the fame: “I know you got love for me but I think you’re still here more for TV than for me. This is like your sixth reality-TV show.”

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‘Bad Girls Club’: Natalie Nunn and Portia Beaman

Considering the title and premise of this show, Bad Girls Club deserves its own list for the top 10 most violent moments. So since we could only pick one, Natalie and Portia’s Season Four clash seemed like a no-brainer. Wiz Khalifa’s former flame started shooting off her mouth about Portia’s daughter, suggesting that Portia didn’t even know who her child’s father was. Bad move, Natalie. The best part of this fight had to be the one-minute-plus buildup to the actual brawl, which pretty much followed Portia as she ran through the house looking for Natalie. When the mauling finally began, it was a little anticlimactic – the fight was way shorter than the running-through-the-house lead-in. But it had all the elements of a classic reality-TV smackdown: hardcore thrash music, hair-pulling, bitch-slapping, rolling on the floor and of course, production guys pulling the two Bad Girls apart.

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