Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino is ready to work on his anger issues.
The 31-year-old Jersey Shore star has agreed to complete 12 weeks of anger management classes in his court case stemming from his tanning salon assault arrest back in June.
New Jersey's Middletown Township court tells E! New that while there's been no plea deal made in the case, Sorrentino agreed to do three months of anger management. After the 12 weeks, Sorrentino is scheduled to return to court to face a judge. No date was set yet for his return to court. His case is still pending and there was no resolution.
Sorrentino was arrested on June 17 after allegedly getting into a fight with his brother Frank at the Boca Tanning Club. The reality star was arrested for simple assault and later posted $500 bail.
Sorrentino's other brother Marc later revealed to E! of Mike's post-fight black eye and bruises, "I'm going to let you in on a secret, mom is the one who got him. She got him with a left. Mom's the tough one."
His mother Linda added, "I was trying to break him and Frank up and I think I missed and..."
—Reporting by Claudia Rosenbaum