The Situation Pleads Guilty To Cheating The IRS

January 19, 2018 / Posted by:

If there’s one thing we all know, it’s that the IRS is the brightest pupil from Detective LaToya’s House of Creeping. In short, pay up or she’ll find your ass. Even though Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino had claimed he had not been guilty of adding tax evasion to his G, T, L to-do list, it appears a deal has been struck since he plead guilty in court today.

TMZ says he entered a guilty plea in court this morning in Newark, but just as I was about to pop some early weekend champagne over that Jersey Shore reboot going the way of Sex And The City 3, it appears Mike isn’t headed to prison just yet. He still awaits sentencing, which his attorneys barfed out a statement appealing for the judge to go soft:

“The plea terms call for a balance between punishing the wrong committed and conditions that facilitate Mike living a productive, law-abiding life moving forward. Following through on this plea agreement, Michael intends to pay restitution before sentencing.”

Because he had a plea deal, Mike is up for as many as five years in the clink and up to $250,000 in fines. Had he stuck to his original, “Uh uh, not guilty…he had it coming! He had it coming! He only had himself to blaaaaaame” plea (Sorry, I watched Chicago last night), he would have potentially faced fifteen years far, far away from the tanning booth.

Mike and his brother are in hot water for allegedly not paying taxes on $9 million in income between 2010 and 2012. Don’t worry, though…Mike will still have an opportunity to Jersey Turnpike one last time before trading in the boardwalk for Cell Block C. The judge signed off on his travel plans to go to Florida for a Jersey Shore reunion, where I imagine he’ll spend most of his time looking between the couch cushions and under the duck phone for quarters to pay back that stingy bitch Uncle Sam!


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