Jersey Shore’s Mike Sorrentino has pushed back his prison date to 2019, according to ET.
Initially, Sorrentino was supposed to surrender himself 30 to 60 days following his sentencing. However, according to reports, the judge approved the request to have Sorrentino serve his sentence after the holidays so he could spend time with family.
Sorrentino will now have to surrender on Jan. 15, 2019. Earlier this month Sorrentino plead guilty to one count of tax evasion and will serve eight months and two years of supervised release.
Sorrentino’s attorney, Henry Klingeman, told ET that his client is, “doing great under the circumstances. He’s nervous but resolved to see this through as he has been since he got sober.”
After his sentencing, Sorrentino took to Instagram to thank everyone for their love. Sorrentino’s Jersey Shore co-stars were there to support him. He wrote, “We are very happy to put this behind us. Thank you So much for all the Love & Support ??.”