‘The Situation’ Struggled While Filming ‘Jersey Shore’

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Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino is currently in some sort of rehab (it is not clearly known for what). TMZ is reporting that Mike even had a problem while filming the last season of Jersey Shore…which was all the way last year, but some of the crew realized that Mike was acting a little different.

Multiple sources close to The Situation tell TMZ … the MTV star’s hard-partying ways were worse than ever during the taping of the most recent season of “Jersey Shore” … and the signs were obvious during the episode when the gang went camping.

TMZ broke the story … Sitch recently checked into rehab for substance abuse after realizing his recreational habits had spun out of control.

Now, sources close to Sitch tell us … the reality star had been showing signs of substance abuse for a while … but “he was getting worse” as the season went on.

We’re told … several people noticed he was “acting paranoid” on the set … and the unusual behavior was evident in certain Season 5 episodes that recently aired on MTV. During the ep when the gang goes camping, Sitch can be seen acting jittery, sweating profusely and just plain acting bizarre.

Sources say … cast and crew members on “Jersey Shore” are happy he’s getting help … and hope that he will be healthy enough to join them for the recently announced Season 6.

Mike’s website, SitchNews claims that TMZ is totally wrong. Did you know Mike has his own celebrity news site?

You can’t believe everything you hear about “the situation” with The Situation, especially when it comes to some of the ridiculous embellishments TMZ has been spreading.

This is just like the child hood game of “telephone” – someone hears a small rumor and blows it out of proportion.

All these websites are doing is spreading gossip/hearsay, and unless you hear it from us, you can’t believe everything you read.

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