Mike Sorrentino may be free from prison – but he still has strict rules he must abide by!
RadarOnline.com exclusively broke that the Jersey Shore: Family Vacation star was released from FCI Otisville on Thursday, September 12 at around 8:10am after serving an 8-month sentence on tax evasion charges. Now, Radar can reveal exclusive details on the strict rules The Situation is expected to follow now that he is out from behind bars.
In the judgment obtained from New Jersey District Court in Newark, Sorrentino, 37, is on two years of supervised release. All conditions listed below only last during the duration of his probation.
Within 72 hours of release from prison, he must report in person to the Probation Office in the district he was released from.
He must refrain from committing another federal, state or local crime.
He must also submit to one drug test within 15 days of commencement of supervised released and at least two thereafter, as determined by his probation officer.
“You must refrain from the illegal possession and use of drugs, including prescription medication not prescribed in your name, and must submit to urinalysis or other forms of testing to ensure compliance,” the court papers read.
But this condition shouldn’t be a problem. As Radar readers know, Sorrentino has been open about his drug and alcohol abuse. He celebrated three years of sobriety in December 2018.
Sorrentino must to submit to evaluation and treatment, on an outpatient or inpatient basis.
“You must undergo treatment in a mental health program approved by the U.S. Probation Office until discharged by the Court,” the papers read.
He must also contribute 500 hours of community service work over the term of supervised release without compensation.
But the rules don’t end there, scroll through Radar’s gallery for more on Sorrentino’s post-prison rules!