Meet Mike Sorrentino Fianace Lauren Pesce. His net worth. Tax Fraud.

Michael Paul Sorrentino a.k.a Mike ‘The Situation’ is an American television personality well known for his six-seasons feature on the MTV reality show, Jersey Shore.

Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino is not married to the wife but engaged to longtime girlfriend Lauren Pesce.

Mike is not married. However, he is currently engaged to his former college sweetheart, Lauren Pesce. The couple met in college and dated for nearly four years before breaking it off when Mike rose to stardom on MTV’s Jersey Shore.

They rekindled their relationship after completing the show in December 2012. The television star has often praised his girlfriend for being supportive all through his struggles with the pill addiction.

Mike "The Situation" with his girlfriend now fiance Lauren Pesce catching a flight

In an interview with People magazine, he states,

‘’You sort of learn how other people communicate and that they’re coming from a different perception or a different view, and you have to value that view and listen to respond.’’

This gives credence to Lauren’s support, she has continued to stand by Mike’s side despite the pill-induced shortcoming that befell their relationship. The Pair does not have any kids.

So, Jersey Shore family vacation Mike “The Situation”  and Lauren Pesce getting married soon? We have to wait to find that out. But Mike’s fans would love to see Lauren as his wife.

Mike Sorrentino Net worth & salary per episode 2018

By 2017, the MTV reality television star had managed to amass a net worth estimated at $12 Million and a significant portion of his net worth is derived from his role in Jersey Shore.

In 2010, he was set to earn $5 million after the peak of his ‘Jersey Shore’ fame, thanks to a $1 million salary from the show and the endorsement deals he made. According to Radar Online, Mike was earning $2.55 million per season by 2012.

However, he pleaded guilty to tax fraud on Friday, 2018. According to TMZ, the 35-year old reality TV star faces high fines and close to five years in prison, though this is better than when he initially pledged not guilty and faced 15 years in prison.

His indictment alleges that he has evaded paying allowed $8.9 million worth of federal taxes from the earnings he made from 2010 to 2012. Currently, Mike is financially broke because of the millions of dollars he allegedly owes in federal taxes. Hence details of his recent net worth estimate remains undisclosed.

But with the reboot of Jersey Shore Family vacation, we are sure Mike “The situation” Net worth is sure to go up in 2018.

House, cars

Mike owns a Ferrari F430 Spider, which currently goes for $30,000 in the market. It has been reported that Mike Sorrentino is so broke that he ended up selling the tires of his custom Ferrari car on eBay. Information of his house remains unavailable to the public.

Family

Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino was born in West New Brighton, New York, the United States of America on July 4th, 1982. He has two brothers, Frank and Marc, and a younger sister called Melissa. Marc serves as the TV star’s manager and partner in MPS Entertainment.

Career

After the completion of Jersey Shore, Mike has featured as a guest star on many television series. They include; Conan, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Chelsea Lately, SportsNation, Lopez Tonight, The Jay Leno Show, The Howard Stern Show and The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien.

 In January 2011, he joined the YOBI. Tv ‘Random Talent’ web series are co-starring Ben Green, a British comedian. The title of the series was later changed to New Stage after its theme song was performed by another co-star, Mykel.

In March 2011, the reality TV star appeared on the Comedy Central Roast of Donald Trump, his huge fan following, and critics at large regarded his performance as a point of mocking that the other roasters like Jeff Ross took advantage of.

Moreover, on February 22nd, 2012, Mike appeared in a small role on ABC’S comedy television series, Suburgatory, and later in 2018, it was confirmed that Jersey Shore Family Vacation, a reboot of Jersey Shore would air on MTV with the TV star returning as a cast member after the judge deemed it so.