Pauly D meets his baby

GLAAD via YoutubeStephen Ira Beatty stars in a PSA opposing a regulation that would exclude transgender people from accessing healthcare.

GLAAD via YoutubeStephen Ira Beatty stars in a PSA opposing a regulation that would exclude transgender people from accessing healthcare.

Paul “Pauly D” DelVecchio finally met his 5-month-old love child Anabella, ostensibly to determine whether she is a “hottie” or a “grenade.”

Since the bambina was conceived in Las Vegas, both parents have been at war, TMZ reports.

Pauly accuses baby mama Amanda Markert of being a gold-digger. Meanwhile, the father of Markert’s 5-year-old son went on record in an Instagram rant, calling her a nutty “drug-addict stripper.”

Markert denies both points, and her lawyer adds, “Amanda is an extremely wholesome young lady who is goal-oriented.” Ah, if only things that happened in Vegas really did stay in Vegas.

“[I] wear TWO condoms,” says “Jersey Shore” castmate Vinny Guadagnino, who is determined not to go down the same path.

He always was the smartest one — admittedly, not hard with that group.Amanda MarkertFeaturesGossipPaul “DJ Pauly D” DelVecchio

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