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Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino Explains Why He Called Police On His Brother

Mike Sorrentino
Mike Sorrentino Photo Credit: Mike Sorrentino Instagram

Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino is speaking out on calling the police on his brother after a social media user called him "despicable" for it.

Maximo Sorrentino showed up to Mike's Holmdel house on Tuesday, with gifts for his newborn son, Romeo. He rang the bell and, minutes later, police cars pulled up looking for him.

The "Jersey Shore" star later explained he was simply protecting his family.

Click here for more on the incident from the New York Post.

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