Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino Explains Why He Called the Cops on His Estranged Brother Frank: 'Tough Love'
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino speaks openly about why he called the police earlier this week about his estranged brother, Frank "Maximo" Sorrentino.
On Saturday, the 39-year-old Jersey Shore star shared a post on Instagram with a response he gave to a social media user who asked why he let authorities intervene when Frank left his New Jersey home unannounced on Tuesday night showed up.
In response to a comment that said, “What guy is calling the police about his own brother? Seeks."
"A sensible adult who just put his baby to sleep at 8:00 PM and rang the doorbell obsessively at 8:30 PM !!" he continued. "I have chosen not to let the police arrest him / cause him pain and not tick the injunction box."
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Mike added, “His behavior has been despicable for months. My whole family blocked it, not just me, even my mom and what does that say? We just want him to get help and he refuses. "
In the caption of his Instagram post, Mike went on to explain why he called the police about his brother.
"This is how it looks to prioritize the health and safety of your wife and newborn," he wrote. "This is what a mature, responsible father looks like. This is what hard love looks like."
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“That's the ugly side of addiction. Saying no also means saying yes to yourself. This is what healthy boundaries look like, ”continued the Jersey Shore star: Family Vacation. "When someone makes decisions about drugs, only they can solve their problems."
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"I worked my ass off to be sober for 6 years in December, 3 years in November in a happy, healthy marriage to my college sweetheart and a father to my first son, who is 4 months old," added Mike . "Anyone can get the smoke if you try to compromise everything I worked for‼ ️."
According to TMZ, which first covered the news, Frank allegedly came to Mike's house on Tuesday to make gifts for Mike's son Romeo Reign.
The point of sale reported that after Frank received no response, hung the presents on a doorknob and started walking. When Frank was leaving, the police arrived and told him he was not allowed to visit his brother unless he was invited before letting him go.
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Mike has not filed any charges against his brother, according to TMZ. Frank reportedly told the point of sale that he has no problems with his brother and is sad that Mike called the police.
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The reality star previously sued Frank for harassment. In July, he reported his brother for unpredictable behavior and asked Frank to quit him before visiting his house.
"It is unfortunate that he does not feel obliged to get the help he needs and until he does, he is not welcome with my son, wife or me," Mike previously told PEOPLE in a statement. "I have taken the appropriate steps to local law enforcement. This is the second call I had to make to protect my family. Frank Sorrentino has been notified by the Holmdel Police Department that he is not allowed to enter me." Property and if he does he will be arrested. "
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