Radar's unnamed sources, claim that Farley won't seek to revive the company because she didn't have enough help to handle the line's massive success right out the gate in the first place.
Perhaps an example of too much, too soon (you think?), Farley seems to be struggling in the glare of her fast fame. We contacted Central Entertainment Group, with whom she's officially listed, and were told CEG no longer represents the reality star. Her former manager, who still works with Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino and Paul Delvecchio AKA DJ Pauly D, told us, "I don't know what the story is over there, I think she's had, like, three managers since us."
In any case, the bottom line is that shoppers looking for super-sparkly-slash-super-skimpy club gear will have to go back to raiding the closets of strippers.