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Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino's Father Plans Tell-All

Frank Sorrentino, the father of Jersey Shore's Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, intends to release a memoir that sounds calculated to eviscerate his famous son. Jersey Shore's trip to Italy delayed because of Italian president "I'm calling Mike on his s---," a statement on Frank Sorrentino's website says...

Rich Juzwiak

Frank Sorrentino, the father of Jersey Shore's Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, intends to release a memoir that sounds calculated to eviscerate his famous son.

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"I'm calling Mike on his s---," a statement on Frank Sorrentino's website says. "I've covered up for Mike his entire life, and when I needed his help, he left me hanging. I think people should know what I know. Hardcore partying, drugs, sex, crime elements, you name it, it's in there. Some of it is funny, some of it you won't believe, and underneath it all, well, it's a hell of a situation, and I think you know what I mean. Based on what he did to me, my attitude is f--- the little f---."

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An accompanying  expletive-laden video that's posted on Frank's site (and on YouTube) suggests that his dirty-laundry-airing motivation is revenge and financial gain: "I ask you one f---in' favor and you tell me to go f---in' be like a regular Joe f---in' Blow and go on welfare? Naw, my friend. I don't do that." The news release states that Frank's agent is shopping the book for a six-figure deal.