Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino to plead guilty to tax-related charges

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The former "Jersey Shore" star, born Michael Sorrentino, "agreed to plead guilty" alongside his brother Marc in their tax fraud case, according to The Blast.

He and brother Marc will enter their pleas in court on Friday.

The feds also accused the Sorrentino brothers of inflating business expenses for luxury cars and clothing, and also structuring multiple cash deposits into different bank accounts in order to avoid reporting deposits to the IRS.

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Marc's lawyer declined to comment while The Situation's lawyer didn't get back to us.

As if all of that weren't enough, both of the brothers were already indicted on other charges past year, including tax evasion, structuring, and falsifying records.

Both men are also facing a statutory maximum sentence of five years in prison on the conspiracy count and three years in prison for each count of aiding in the preparation of false tax returns.

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Both Sitch and his brother Marc copped pleas in connection with allegedly hiding almost nine million dollars' worth of earnings made by the reality star between 2010 and 2012, according to TMZ.

In a superseding indictment filed in U.S. District Court in April, prosecutors made said Michael Sorrentino tried to evade government scrutiny by keeping his bank deposits under $10,000, anything above that amount would require the bank to file a transaction report under federal law. The two brothers created phony businesses, overstated deductions, and underestimated their income.

"The Situation" appeared on all six seasons of the MTV reality show, which followed the lives of rowdy housemates on New Jersey's famed Atlantic shore and ran from 2009 to 2012.

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