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ICM has filed a lawsuit against former client Pauly D of “Jersey Shore” infamy, revealing that there’s a lot of money to gym, tan and laundry.

In a 16-page civil complaint filed in L.A. Superior Court, ICM says Paul DelVecchio owes the agency more than $370,000 in commissions from the MTV reality series. Pauly D is a current client of William Morris Endeavor, which negotiated his current spinoff, “Pauly D Project.”

The lawsuit, which says “no good deed goes unpunished” according to Deadline Hollywood, says the 31-year-old DJ got $100,000 an episode during the 12-episode “Jersey Shore” season four, plus a $200,000 “thank you” bonus.

Season five’s salary climbed to $150,000 an episode plus a $400,000 signing bonus. Season six went to $175,000 an episode, according to the lawsuit, and ICM claims a minimum of $210,000 from what he’s expected to make from those upcoming episodes.

“We are surprised by ICM’s contention that it is due commissions after ICM was terminated in favor of William Morris Endeavor,” DelVecchio’s attorney said, according to Deadline. “ICM was paid for its services. It is even more disappointing that an agency like ICM would choose to take advantage of its former relationship with a client and disclose his confidential business affairs to the public in disregard of any duties it owes as a talent agency.”