'Jersey Shore' cast supports The Situation at his sentencing

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'Jersey Shore' cast supports The Situation at his sentencing

Marc Sorrentino was also accused of altering company records after receiving a grand jury subpoena. Indicted at the same time as Sitch on tax evasion charges, Marc was sentenced to two years in the slammer and a $70,000 fine.

The brothers were charged in 2014 with multiple tax offenses after withholding about $9 million in income from the IRS.

Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino is going to jail.

Reality TV star Michael "The Situation" Sorrentino is scheduled to find out whether he'll be headed to prison or headed home.

A lawyer for the 36-year-old gym rat begged the judge for probation, insisting the he's cleaned up his act, but prosecutors wanted 15 months. In 2011 he took "certain actions" to hide some of his income to avoid paying the full amount of taxes he owed, federal prosecutors said. Marc got two years in prison. Other "Jersey Shore" cast members who attended the sentencing also didn't comment afterward.

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Furthermore, Canada has ensured that any US Section 232 tariffs will not impact Canadian automobile and auto-parts exports. The USMCA deal also eliminates a class of milk created to use the oversupply of skim milk, the dairy association said.

Sorrentino first hit the public spotlight when Jersey Shore debuted, with the show quickly becoming a cultural phenomenon and making instant stars out of its hard-partying cast members.

Michael Sorrentino apologized to the court during brief remarks and said he has overcome substance abuse.

The series ran from 2009 to 2012 and followed his and his roommates' debaucherous lives while crashing at a shore house in Seaside Heights.

We can only hope there will be at least one Jersey Shore Family Prison Visit.

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