If the former 'Jersey Shore' star completes the program, his assault charge could be downgraded to disorderly conduct.
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino struck a plea deal in an assault case stemming from a fight with his brother Frank outside a tanning salon in New Jersey. He agreed to attend 12 weeks of anger-management classes.
After three months, the court will revisit the case. If the former "Jersey Shore" star completes the program to the judge's satisfaction, his charge might be reduced to disorderly conduct. No date is set for his next court hearing though.
"It's almost like you take it back to when you were younger," Sitch told reporters outside the Middletown, N.J. court when asked if he and his brother Frank were all good. "Every family argued; that's how it goes."
The Situation was charged with simple assault in the brawl which happened at the family's Boca Tanning Salon last month. He got a black eye in the scuffle, but it apparently didn't come from Frank. "She got him with a left," the other brother Marc told E! New. "Mom's the tough one." Their mother Linda added, "I was trying to break him and Frank up and I think I missed and..."
The family is currently starring in a TV show for TV Guine Network, "The Sorrentinos".