September 10, 2013 01:00 PM by Lisa Princ
Last time we heard from Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino, the Jersey Shore star was battling a drug addiction, and went to rehab. Now, Sorrentino is pointing the finger and blaming Dancing With The Stars for his addiction to pills. Interesting. We wonder who is to blame for his awful dance skills?
Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino has been battling an addiction to painkillers for years now, and despite checking into rehab last year, he claims he is still struggling to stay clean. Now he is looking to pass the blame on someone other than himself. According to TMZ, Sorrentino claims that Dancing With The Stars is to blame, as he injured his neck during his stint on the show back in 2010, leading him to become addicted to the painkillers.
Crazy, right? Yeah, we know! Sorrentino told the site that at one point, his addiction was so bad, he could barely function. “All I had to do was get dressed for a family function and I couldn’t do that. The shirt was laid out, the belt, the pants, everything. The shower was on. I couldn’t even get out of bed,” Mike explained, admitting that he still struggles with the injury and the addiction. Despite the struggle, Sorrentino is still taking the painkillers for his injury, but he insists that he goes to counseling to keep him in check.
Hmm, there is nothing like passing the blame to someone else, huh? So, who is to blame for his terrible dance moves?
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