The Sit­u­a­tion gets treat­ment for pre­scrip­tion drug use

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The party is on hold for the Sit­u­a­tion. The “Jer­sey Shore” cast mem­ber is get­ting treat­ment for pre­scrip­tion med­i­ca­tion use.

Mike Sor­rentino said he is vol­un­tar­ily seek­ing to “take con­trol” of med­i­ca­tion he was tak­ing to deal with ex­haus­tion, the As­so­ci­ated Press re­ports.

The 29-year-old re­al­ity star known for his steel abs made the ac­knowl­edg­ment on Face­book and his per­sonal web­site af­ter gos­sip sites re­ported he was in re­hab.

He said he has “spent the past sev­eral weeks get­ting treat­ment for this prob­lem and re­cu­per­at­ing from my work and ap­pear­ance sched­ule.” He didn’t spec­ify the med­i­ca­tion.

An email from MTV said the net­work has no com­ment but is “look­ing for­ward” to the en­tire cast re­turn­ing for a sixth sea­son of the hit re­al­ity show.

VH1 said Wed­nes­day that it is mak­ing “Hol­ly­wood Exes,” a one­hour se­ries that will air this sum­mer. Fea­tured play­ers are the ex-wives of Eddie Mur­phy, Prince, R. Kelly, Will Smith and Jose Canseco.

The net­work said that Ni­cole Mur­phy, Jes­sica Canseco, An­drea Kelly, Sheree Fletcher (Mr. Smith’s ex) and Mayte Gar­cia (Prince’s ex) “want to show the world that they are more than just a tro­phy wife with a pretty face.”

The 10-episode se­ries will fol­low the women as they es­tab­lish their own lives apart from their fa­mous ex-hus­bands.

Ni­cole Mur­phy

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