‘The Situation’ Will Reportedly Plead Guilty To Tax Fraud Charges

Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter

“Jersey Shore” star Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino will reportedly plead guilty this week to tax fraud charges and could face up to 15 years behind bars, according to The Blast.

The guilty plea is part of a deal between the U.S. Department of Justice and Sorrentino and his brother Marc, The Blast reports. (RELATED: Shocking Image Of ‘The Situation’ In Syria)

(Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)

(Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images)

The 35-year-old former reality TV star reportedly rejected a deal last week, but changed his mind and will reportedly enter the guilty plea on Friday.

The Sorrentino brothers have been accused of not paying all the federal income tax they owed on approximately $8.9 million in income earned between 2010-2012. The two are also accused of allegedly depositing money into different bank accounts to avoid reporting the deposits to the IRS.

The feds also allege that the brothers inflated business expenses for luxury cars and clothing. (RELATED: Snooki’s Law Would Force Student Fee Transparency At Taxpayer-Funded Colleges)

Under the agreement, Mike faces up to 15 years behind bars and his brother is looking at possibly 25 years in jail for the alleged crime.