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The Situation got sentenced by a judge yesterday to Anger Management. Hoping that it was a sequel to the Adam Sandler movie or at least a guest spot on Charlie Sheen's mess of a show, he will probably be shocked to learn that the judge meant classes and that he needs to attend and then report back to court in three months. The Situation was in court facing assault charges after he got into a fight with his brother at their failing tanning salon. The charge would not be erased completely if he completes the classes but would be downgraded to basically a ticket for a noise violation. The arrest happened on July 15th and he had been on $500 bail. The Situation is just probably happy the judge ordered him back so he can get another day of some press coverage to try and revive a career that has no future.
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