Head Case: Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino Ordered To Undergo Mental Health & Drug Testing, Treatment Following Tax Evasion Indictment

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Oct. 1 2014, Published 4:28 p.m. ET

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After a federal grand jury indicted him on tax evasion charges, Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino was released from custody on $250,000 bail— but he still has to abide by a judge’s strict rules. can reveal that the former SITCH1-signed star, 32, must surrender his passport and remain in New York and New Jersey, report to pretrial services, and submit to mental health and drug testing and treatment.

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Sorrentino is also ordered to “abstain from use of alcohol,” September 24 court papers state.

The former reality star checked in to rehab in 2012, later confessing he suffered from a serious painkiller addiction.

“All I had to do was get dressed for a family function and I couldn’t do that. The shirt was laid out, the belt, the pants, everything. The shower was on. I couldn’t even get out of bed,” he recalled of his darkest days.

Though he claims he’s still sober, Sorrentino will certainly face tough times ahead: Authorities claim the onetime MTV hunk and his manager brother Marc neglected to pay taxes on $8.9 million in income.

According to documents, he will be arraigned on October 6.



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