NEW JERSEY – Here’s “The Situation:” He’s out of jail.
Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino of the “Jersey Shore” TV show left federal prison in New York on Thursday morning, his wife and others announced on social media.
His representatives also released a statement:
“Thank you to our family, friends and fans for the continuous love and support during this time, it brought us so much peace and comfort. We look forward to continuing our life as husband and wife and working on baby situations! We truly believe that the comeback is ALWAYS greater than the setback and we can’t wait to show the world ours.”
And it looks like Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi, another star of the hit show, already knows what the couple have at the top of their agenda following his release.
“Dayummmm somebody’s ready for baby makin,” Snooki wrote.
Lauren Sorrentino then replied with joyful emojis on a post in which she showed her fit physique.
Mike Sorrentino, 38, got married before his eight-month stint in Otisville, New York, according to NJ Advance Media. Since then, Lauren has shown her love on Twitter and Instagram and was celebrating his release on Twitter.
One of the problems his cast members have had is finding a place to film their show.
Point Pleasant Beach officials want the “Jersey Shore” cast to leave after Snooki, the show’s most famous character, raised some commotion during a recent incident that was captured on video. Read more: ‘High-School Drama:’ Snooki’s ‘Jersey Shore’ Clash In Point Beach
“Jersey Shore: Family Vacation” had also recently picked Lavallette to film some of their latest escapades, Mayor Walter LaCicero confirmed to Patch. It was the third New Jersey town in a matter of weeks that was approached by the MTV show. But for whatever reason, the producers never followed through; the mayor said the town never intended to approve it.
The Hamilton Township Committee also shelved a proposal from 495 Productions to film episodes of “Jersey Shore Family Vacation” in the Mays Landing section of the town, according to The Press of Atlantic City. Read more: MTV’s ‘Jersey Shore’ Wants To Film In This South Jersey Town
Sorrentino and his brother, Marc, pleaded guilty to one count each of tax evasion in January 2018 before U.S. District Judge Susan D. Wigenton. Mike Sorrentino admitted taking certain actions to conceal some of his income to avoid paying the full amount of taxes he owed, including receiving payments in cash.
He also admitted to dumping cash into bank accounts in amounts less than $10,000 each so that these deposits would not come to the attention of the IRS, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito said.
Wigenton sentenced both in October. In addition to the prison term, Mike Sorrentino was sentenced to two years of supervised release, 500 hours of community service, $123,000 in restitution (which has already been paid) and fined $10,000.
Marc Sorrentino, who admitted to underreporting his personal income in 2011, 2012 and 2013, was sentenced to two years in prison, one year of supervised release, and fined $7,500, with restitution to be determined at a later date.
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