Jerseylicious Star Arrested in Drug Bust! Tracy DiMarco's Husband Corey Epstein Caught Selling Pills

Tracy DiMarco and Corey Epstein of Jerseylicious

Jan. 28 2014, Updated 5:12 p.m. ET

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Jerseylicious star Corey Epstein was one of 21 people arrested in a huge drug bust recently in Staten Island for allegedly selling an undercover police office 3 Oxycodone pills in front of his New Springfield home. "Operation Silent Hill" was a 16-month probe that caught people selling pain meds and other drugs all over the New York borough.

He married Jerseylicious star Tracy DiMarco in September of 2013, who insists her husband is innocent and had the pills on hand to treat his leg pain from a previous bar stabbing.

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We caught up with the couple in happier times over the summer to get all the details on their wedding! See the video below where they share their wedding planning advice for both the brides and grooms out there going through the same process. Tracy and Corey also share the moments that will be captured by cameras for the upcoming season of Jerseylicious, and which moments they are keeping private.

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And if you're wondering which of their Jerseylicious pals and castmates were invited to the nuptials, they dish on those details as well. Stay tuned to OKMagazine.com for the latest news on Jerseylicious including when and where you'll be able to see the show again soon!

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What is your advice for brides and grooms planning their big day? Tell us in the comments below or on Twitter @OKMagazine

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