Mike Sorrentino & Lauren Pesce: Planning a PRISON Wedding?! | Wireler
On the present season of Jersey Shore (Jersey Shore Family Vacation Part 2: The Legend of Curly’s Gold, or no matter they’re calling it), a lot of the drama has revolved across the ongoing battle between Ronnie and his child mama.
But there’s one other story that has simply as a lot potential for tragedy that is being largely glossed over, presumably as a result of it is simply too miserable for the fact sitcom vibe of Shore‘s second iteration.
We’re speaking, in fact, concerning the chance that Mike Sorrentino would possibly go to jail for a very very long time.
Back in January, Sorrentino pled responsible to tax fraud, and he now faces as much as 5 years in jail.
The indisputable fact that The Situation has sobered up and has largely been on his finest habits (with loads of video proof to point out to the sentencing choose) will in all probability assist his trigger, however it nonetheless appears unlikely that he’ll be capable to keep away from jail altogether.
Which is what makes the newest information about his upcoming wedding ceremony so shocking:
At first, it was extensively reported that Sorrentino and Lauren Pesce have been speeding the marriage planning course of in order that they might be safely hitched by the point Mike mike will get shipped off to the pokey.
Now, Radar Online is reporting that Mike and Lauren are planning to get hitched in November — a number of weeks after Sorrentino’s October 2 sentencing date.
The information led to a social media rumor that Mike and Lauren had organized to get married in jail.
These studies led to widespread confusion, because it’s robust to think about that the longer term Mr. and Mrs. Sorrentino will be capable to host the normal Italian wedding ceremony of their desires in Attica
After all, it isn’t like you may smuggle an 80-gallon barrel of soup and 14 cousins named Marie in a trench coat.
Fortunately, it appears Mike and Lauren did their analysis, and so they’re assured that it doesn’t matter what occurs on sentencing day, they’re going to be capable to say “I do” within the presence of all their household and pals.
“Ordinarily in federal court, a defendant is given a period of time (30 to 60 days) to surrender voluntarily to begin a prison sentence after the sentence is imposed,” Sorrentino’s lawyer Henry Klingeman instructed Radar.
Klingeman goes on to say that Mike and Lauren have “worked out all the logistics.”
We guess it is smart that Mike’s not thought-about a flight danger.
After all, he is been jetting all around the nation filming JSFV, and he appears to haven’t any inclination to skip the nation.
So it appears to be like like we’re in for a televised Shore wedding ceremony, full with DJ Pauly D on those and twos.
Hopefully, Ronnie will not steal the highlight once more.