Mike Sorrentino gets warning for skimping on community service hours

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Mike Sorrentino has a situation.

The “Jersey Shore” star, 38, is behind on his community service hours in relation to his tax evasion case, per federal court documents obtained by Page Six on Wednesday.

Sorrentino’s probation officer filed paperwork stating that he has only completed 18 hours of his mandated 500 hours of community service.

His officer told him he could complete the service with local organizations including Toys for Tots, working within his church, Fulfill Food Bank in Neptune, New Jersey, Eat Clean Bro — which he often promotes on his social media — and Jon Bon Jovi’s Soul Kitchen in Red Bank, New Jersey.

The documents stated that he also failed to attend hours set up for him via his attorney because he cited COVID-19 concerns.

Sorrentino was released from prison on September 12, 2019 after serving eight months behind bars. He was ordered to two years of probation, participating in a drug treatment program, substance abuse testing, paying restitution and cooperating with the IRS.

He recently celebrated his five-year sobriety birthday, but he may want to cut the celebrations short to get a start on his community service hours as his wife, Lauren, is expected to give birth to a baby boy in May.

Sorrentino’s rep didn’t immediately get back to us.

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