EATONTOWN, N.J. – As he prepares for one of the biggest challenges of a life marked by meteoric fame and a humbling fall, Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino took time out Wednesday to support some people who are facing down what he did.
With an eight month prison sentence for tax evasion set to begin in a few weeks, Sorrentino, 37, delivered meals to four men and four women at Phoenix Recovery Sober House in Eatontown, New Jersey.
It’s part of Sorrentino’s continuing effort to work with and talk to Shore groups about his ongoing recovery from opioid addiction.
Sorrentino, who gained fame as a reality TV star on MTV’s “Jersey Shore,” has recently experienced milestones in his rejuvenated life. He has been sober for three years and is newly married. And MTV’s “Jersey Shore” redux, “Jersey Shore Family Vacation,” continues to score high ratings. Filming has already taken place for a third season.
Sorrentino said he performs two tasks a month to help groups out as part of his recovery. He declined to discuss his thoughts on his impending prison stint, other than to say he will be attempting to turn it into something positive.
He has plans to write a book about his recovery, he said.
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