Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino talks honestly about why he called police on his alienated brother Frank “Maximo” Sorrentino earlier this week.
On Saturday, the 39-year-old sounded Jersey Shore star shared a post on Instagram about a response he gave to a social media user who questioned why he had authorities involved when Frank showed up unannounced at his home in New Jersey Tuesday night.
Responded to a comment that said, “What kind of guy does the police call his own brother? Contemptuously,” Mike wrote back, “a responsible adult who protects his family from an alienated family member who has fallen victim to mental illness from prolonged met addiction. “
“A rational adult who just put his baby to sleep at 8pm and the doorbell rang obsessively at 8.30pm !! A responsible father who already in July filed a harassment claim against his alienated brother and this was the second harassment – demands !! “he continued. “I chose not to let the police arrest him / cause him pain and not to check the box for a temporary ban.”
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Mike added: “His behavior has been despicable for months. My whole family has blocked him not just me, even my mother, and what does that say? We just want him to get help and he refuses. Finally go to yourself . “
In the caption of his Instagram post, Mike further explained his reasoning behind calling the police on his brother.
“This is what prioritizing your wife’s and your newborn’s child’s priority looks like,” he wrote. “This is what a mature responsible father looks like. This is what hard love looks like.”
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“This is the ugly side of addiction. Saying no is also saying yes to yourself. That’s what healthy boundaries look like,” he says. Jersey Shore: Family Vacation star continued. “When someone chooses medicine over themselves, only they can solve their problems.”
Rebecca Sapp / WireImage Mike “Situation” Sorrentino
“I have been working on becoming 6 years sober in December, continuing 3 years in a happy healthy marriage with my colleague in November and a father to my first son who is 4 months old,” Mike added. “Everyone can get the smoke if you try to endanger everything I’ve worked for‼ ️.”
According to TMZ, which was to report the news first, Frank reportedly arrived at Mike’s house to hand over gifts to Mike’s son Romeo Reign on Tuesday.
Outlet reported that after receiving some response, Frank hung the presents on a door handle and began to leave. Police arrived when Frank left, telling him not to visit his brother unless he is invited before letting him go.
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Mike did not accuse TMZ of his brother. Frank reportedly told the outlet that he has no problems with his brother and is upset that Mike called the police.
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The reality star has previously filed charges of harassment against Frank. In July, he reported his brother for irregular behavior and asked Frank to let him know before visiting his house.
“It’s a shame he will not remain obligated to get the help he needs and before he does, he is not welcome around my son, my wife or me,” Mike told PEOPLE earlier in a statement. . “I have taken the necessary steps with local law enforcement. This is the second harassment call I have had to make in an attempt to protect my family. Frank Sorrentino was informed by Holmdel Police that he should not step foot. my property, and if he does, he will be arrested. “
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