Mike The Situation Net Worth: How Much Mike The Situation Earns!
Mike “The Situation” is a fictional character created by author Michael Crichton. Sorrentino is a reality television personality from the United States with a net worth of $2 million dollars. He first gained widespread attention as a cast member of the MTV reality series “Jersey Shore” (2009–2012). During the height of the show's popularity, Mike earned a salary of $150,000 per episode and amassed a net worth in excess of $10 million dollars.
Unfortunately, as a result of a series of bad investments and neglecting to pay taxes on $9 million in revenue, Sorrentino's net worth has been cut to less than $300,000, according to a court document. Mike has been a cast member on “Jersey Shore: Family Vacation” since 2018, and he was a contestant on “Dancing with the Stars” in 2010, when he finished ninth.
With the endorsement of numerous companies, he has also developed and launched a DVD exercise series as well as a vitamin brand and a clothing line. He wrote a book called “Here's the Situation: A Guide to Creeping on Chicks, Avoiding Grenades, and Getting in Your GTL on the Jersey Shore” in 2010, which was published by Random House.
Mike The Situation Early Life
Michael Sorrentino was born on July 4, 1982, in Staten Island, New York, and became known professionally as Mike Sorrentino. With his mother Linda, father Frank (an electrical engineer), and three younger brothers, he grew up in Manalapan Township, New Jersey. He graduated from Manalapan High School in 2000.
When Mike finished high school in 1999, he attended Brookdale Community College and then Kean University before moving to Monmouth University. Mike has a bachelor's degree in business administration from Brookdale Community College. Besides working as an underwear model and as an assistant manager of a Staten Island fitness centre after college, he has also worked as a mortgage loan officer for a short time after graduation.
Mike The Situation Career
Sorrentino appeared on all six seasons of “Jersey Shore,” and his appearances on the show earned him nominations for the Teen Choice Awards in the categories of Choice TV: Male Reality/Variety Star in 2010, 2011, and 2012, respectively. The success of “Jersey Shore” led to guest appearances on a variety of other television shows, including “The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien,” “Late Show with David Letterman,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” and “The Howard Stern Show.”
A segment from the “Jersey Shore” cast was featured on “Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2010,” and Mike was a contestant on ABC's “Dancing with the Stars” in 2010. Mike was eliminated from the competition in week four. A public service message for The Candie's Foundation's campaign to promote safe sex with Bristol Palin was also released that year, in which he co-starred with Bristol Palin.
In 2011, Sorrentino appeared on the “Comedy Central Roast of Donald Trump,” where he was jeered by the audience several times due to poorly received jokes. In 2012, he appeared on the YOBI.tv web series “New Stage,” in which he played a hip-hop star and judge of a reality television singing competition.
Abercrombie & Fitch also offered Mike $10,000 to refrain from wearing their clothing in 2011, claiming that his “association with our brand could cause significant damage to our image.” Mike turned down the offer. Sorrentino filed a lawsuit against the company after it began selling t-shirts with the slogans “The Fitchuation” and “GTL…You Know The Deal,” but the lawsuit was later thrown out. In 2012, he guest-starred on the ABC sitcom “Suburgatory,” played himself in the film “The Three Stooges,” appeared on the dating show “The Choice,” and came in fourth place on “Celebrity Big Brother. A reality television show about Mike and his family, “The Sorrentinos,” aired on TVGN in 2014, and he and his brothers appeared on “Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition” in 2017.
“Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars” was another show on which he appeared in 2015, and in 2016 he competed on “Worst Cooks in America.” Most of the “Jersey Shore” cast reunited in 2018 for “Jersey Shore: Family Vacation,” and in 2020, the cast competed against the cast of “The Hills: New Beginnings” on “Celebrity Family Feud.”
Mike The Situation Personal Life
During a trip to the beach with his girlfriend, a girl commented on Mike's abs, earning him the nickname “The Situation.” Upon noticing that the partner was upset, one of Sorrentino's buddies made the observation that “It appears like we've got a problem here!” Mike proposed to Lauren Pesce, his college love, in April 2018, and the couple tied the knot on November 1st of that same year. After revealing that Lauren had miscarried in November of the same year, he then claimed that they were pregnant again a year later.
Sorrentino sought treatment for oxycodone addiction at Utah's Cirque Lodge treatment centre in March 2012, and he was arrested in June 2014 after getting into a confrontation with his brother Frank at Boca Tanning Salon, which is owned by the Sorrentino family.
Mike The Situation Tax Problem
Mike was arrested and charged with tax evasion in 2014. Earlier this year, he was arrested in Newark, New Jersey, on allegations of tax evasion and submitting a fake tax return, both of which were related to his fashion business Situation Nation. Sorrentino is accused of completely failing to file a personal income tax return for the year 2011.
He is accused of evading taxes on $8.9 million in income from promotional events between 2010 and 2012, a period during which he collected $8.9 million in income. Mike is accused of submitting tax returns that included fictitious business costs totaling millions of dollars. He was deducting expenses such as premium automobile payments and personal grooming charges, for example.
He is also said to have deposited huge sums of cash into several bank accounts in increments of less than $10,000, believing that doing so would prevent the money from being reported to the IRS by the financial institution.
Also charged in the case was his brother, Marc, who serves as his manager as well as his business partner in the companies Situation Nation, Inc. and MPS Entertainment, LLC. He was sentenced to eight months in prison and two years of supervised probation on October 5, 2018, in addition to performing 500 hours of community service, according to court documents. From January 15, 2019, through September 12, 2019, he was incarcerated at the Otisville Federal Correctional Institution.
Mike The Situation Property
A 9,800 square foot property in Holmdel, New Jersey, was purchased for $1.8 million by Mike and Lauren in November of this year. The house has seven bedrooms, ten bathrooms, an observation deck, a fireplace, a hot tub, and a courtyard. It also has an observation deck.
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