Marc, meanwhile, was sentenced to two years in prison.
According to his plea agreement, Sorrentino evaded taxes in 2011 to the tune of $123,913.
Mike Sorrentino reportedly did not pay any income tax in 2011, despite making $2 million that year.
Still, the reality star was photographed looking at ease on his way out of federal court in Newark, NJ, holding fiancee Lauren Pesce's hand with most of his castmates in tow.
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"Today I live my life with integrity", he said.
In pre-sentencing documents obtained by the Associated Press on Thursday, attorneys for the MTV star said they hoped to get him probation, citing Sorrentino's struggles with substance abuse during the time.
In January of this year, Sorrentino pled guilty to one count of tax evasion, while Marc admitted one count of "aiding in the preparation of a false and fraudulent tax return", for which he received two years in prison.
The pair was indicted in 2014 on charges of conspiring with their accountant to evade taxes by underreporting income. He returned for the program reboot, "Jersey Shore: Family Vacation", now in its second season. He returned for the reunion series Jersey Shore: Family Vacation, which is now airing its second season Thursdays at 8/7c on MTV. As the world remembers, the entire Jersey Shore cast was earning hefty paychecks shortly after the show premiered on December 3, 2009.