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The Situation Is Definitely Going to Keep Partying After Rehab

A photo of Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino

Well, this is a pretty sad story. You know how The Situation is in rehab for being addicted to pills and booze? Ok, and you know how lots of clubs and bars often have at least one of those things? Now think about how often The Situation goes into bars and clubs for his reality show or for public appearances.

Yeah, that’s going to keep right on happening after he gets out of rehab:

Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino doesn’t want to give up the nightlife — especially his lucrative promotional appearances — when he gets out of rehab, where he is currently undergoing treatment for an addiction to prescription pills, has exclusively learned.

As was first to report, the reality star has been battling a prescription pill problem for months after years of hard partying.

As is the case with his other Jersey Shorecohorts, the MTV star can command a hefty six figure appearance fee at clubs and has become very dependent on that income, and it’s something he is not willing to walk away from, despite his inevitable battle to stay clean when he leaves treatment.

“Mike doesn’t want to give up his paid club promotional appearances: he loves the attention that he gets from the ladies and the money is great,” a source tells “Mike leads a very expensive life and he doesn’t want his lifestyle to suffer because of his decision to go to rehab. He is very upset that stint in rehab has become public knowledge, because he doesn’t want it to affect his bottom line. Mike’s brother handles his club appearances and he has been telling club managers that Mike has no plans on giving up the nightlife.”

Yeah, totally. You could die from all this, but that lifestyle is totally worth it! Where would you be in life if you couldn’t get paid large amounts of money to not wear a specific clothing brand or make an ass out of yourself on national television? A liver for an iPhone is absolutely a fair trade.

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  • That pic up there ^^^ makes him look like Popeye. Actually Popeye is more interesting than the fake “celeb” because a lot of people would find Popeye more entertaining than the drug addled thing called the situation. Heh

  • I see the Popeye! Maybe he can go around as “The Popeye” or something. I dunno….

    When is MTV going to be held responsible for being the enablers they are? One’s knocked up, they all have anger issues, and at least one is in or should go to rehab. You would think if MTV cared about the welfare of these people, they’d tell them they are persona non grata on the Jersey Shore. I just don’t understand why there isn’t more outrage towards MTV for whoring out these people who are nearly 30 (or in Pauly D’s case…well into his 30’s)!