Marc got two years in prison.
Sorrentino's brother, Marc Sorrentino, was sentenced alongside Mike.
The "Jersey Shore" star pleaded guilty earlier this year to tax evasion.
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A lawyer for the 36-year-old gym rat begged the judge for probation, insisting the he's cleaned up his act, but prosecutors wanted 15 months. "They are not. Tax fraud is as serious as any other form of theft from the government, and the sentences imposed today should make that abundantly clear".
The U.S. Attorney in New Jersey charged the brothers for filing false tax returns and inaccurately reporting some $8.9 million in income. Marc Sorrentino also was sentenced Friday to two years in prison and a $75,000 fine.
He apologized to the court during brief remarks and said he has overcome substance abuse.