The Situation's dad is SO uninvited from Chicken-Cutlet Night!
Frank Sorrentino, the estranged father of the Jersey Shore star, is promising readers a real-life look at what his GTL'ing son is really like in Confrontation With Situation. Papa Sitch claims his book will talk about the hardcore life his son led before skyrocketing to infamy on MTVs hit reality show.
What could this gentleman have done in his past life that wasn't exposed on Jersey Shore? According to daddy: "hardcore partying, drugs, sex, crime elements..." Did his dad watch the show? I'm pretty sure all of these things were covered in the first two episodes of season 1. Not really groundbreaking stuff here, Frank.
But apparently there's more to the story than meets the eye. Frank claims "put his f**king balls on the line for [Mike] 100 f**king times," but when Frank got into a situation of his own, Mike "left me hanging." According to people who know the Sorrentinos, when Frank needed help making insurance payments, Mike wouldn't pony up his hard-earned dough, but rather, told his father to move south and let the government help him out.
Papa Sitch vented to TMZ.com about his son in an expletive laced video (the words are bleeped out, so it's up to you to decide whether or not it's NSFW) that comes complete with dramatic theme music. The moral of this story? "When you get to the top and you forget where you come from, somebody should remind you. I just wanna remind you."
In a statement, The Situation's rep said, "Mike is extremely saddened by his estranged father's actions. The Sorrentino family, Marc, Frank Jr., Melissa and their mother, Linda, remain united with Mike under these hurtful circumstances."
Will you read Confrontation With Situation when it hits bookshelves? What Jersey Shore character would you like to see a tell-all written about?