What cabs? Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino pulled up to “cushy” FCI Otisville in luxury. RadarOnline.com can reveal exclusive photos of the Jersey Shore star checking into the New York prison in a black escalade truck on Tuesday, January 15.
Not in the Jersey Shore anymore! Sorrentino, 36, was photographed checking into FCI Otisville in a black Escalade truck.
Radar broke the MTV star checked into the prison earlier today. He was sentenced to 8 months in federal prison on October 5, 2018 for tax evasion. He will have 24 months of supervised release and 500 hours of community service when he’s out.
But before checking in, Sorrentino’s wife Lauren Pesce filmed an Instagram live video of him saying thank you and goodbye to his fans while driving to the prison.
“I want to put this behind me and move forward,” he said in the video. “The comeback is always greater than the setback… The Situation will reveal himself in 2019. Currently under construction, but will be revealed. Under new management now.”
“There is nothing more to say,” he said before the video ended. “Just take me to jail.”
Otisville is known for being a fan-favorite because of its reputation. President Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen requested he go there for his three-year sentence. Notable former inmates include Kenneth Ira Starr, who was the financial advisor to Al Pacino, Martin Scorsese and Sylvester Stallone.
Amenities at the gym include basketball, bocce and tennis courts, a gym and more.
As Radar reported, Sorrentino’s potential meals include chicken patties, rice, pinto beans, roast beef, black eyed peas, soy taco salad, black bean soup, baked ziti, BBQ chicken, pepper steak, tofu stir fry, sausage link, hot dogs, chili mac, chicken fajitas, eggs, French toast and more. He is able to buy pasta sauce for .90 cents, pasta for $2.30, olive oil for $4.85, shredded mozzarella $1.60 and other items from the commissary with his $320 allowance.
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