JERSEY Shore star Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino’s brother Marc has been released from prison and into a halfway house after serving a nearly two-year sentence for tax evasion.
The Sun can exclusively reveal Marc, 41, was released from FCI Fairton New Jersey on February 20 and is currently serving the remainder of his sentence in community confinement overseen by RRM New York, a residential reentry management office.
According to Bureau of Federal Prisons, Marc is set to be released from the halfway house on Monday, September 28.
Mike, 38, and his older brother Marc were indicted on tax evasion charges in September 2014.
They were accused of failing to pay $8.9 million in income from 2010 to 2012.
Marc was also charged with falsifying records to obstruct a grand jury investigation.
He pled guilty to one count of aiding in the preparation of a fraudulent tax return.
Marc was sentenced to two years in prison in September 2018.
He was also ordered to pay $337,693 in restitution.
The Jersey Shore: Family Vacation star has been out of prison, as he was released from FCI Otisville on September 12, 2019 after serving an 8-month sentence.
The Sun previously reported that Mike paid off his $337,693 restitution on January 13.
Mike went straight to filming Jersey Shore: Family Vacation when he was released from Otisville Federal Prison.
Mike’s release was a storyline on the MTV show.
He is married to wife Lauren Pesce, and celebrated four years sober from drugs and alcohol in December.
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