'Jersey Shore' star Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi was charged Wednesday with annoying people on the beach, the Associated Press reports. The new charge stems from her late July arrest in New Jersey beach town, Seaside Heights. The reality star is also facing charges of disorderly conduct and creating a public nuisance.

Prosecutors added the third charge during a court hearing in Seaside Heights on Wednesday. Snooki's lawyer, Raymond Raya, entered a not guilty plea for all three charges. The star wasn't present at the hearing.

Snooki's trial is scheduled for September 8. And if convicted, she'll face up to $2,000 in fines. Polizzi's attorney, Raymond Raya, declined to comment on the charges.

The prosecutor, Kim Pascarella, told reporters: "I understand she's become a public celebrity, but in all honesty it's really not much of a charge."

Snooki was arrested on July 30 after other beachgoers complained to police that she was bothering them. After she was taken into custody, she was released on a summons.