Brotherly love no longer exists between Mike Sorrentino and Maximo Sorrentino, especially after the "Jersey Shore" star called the cops on his own brother this week.
The bothers have apparently not seen eye-to-eye in a long time.
The Situation's rep told TMZ that Maximo showed up at Mike's New Jersey home on Sept. 21 while toting several gift bags, most of which were intended for Mike's newborn son, Romeo. Mike apparently watched as Maximo rang the doorbell multiple times and looked through the windows while hoping to be let in. He apparently lingered around before leaving the presents hanging from a doorknob.
Mike, however, called the cops the moment he saw Maximo, and Max was then met by officers as he was leaving.
Maximo was not arrested, as Mike asked cops to let Max go free.
According to the rep, Mike and Maximo have had issues for a while, and the reality TV star even called the cops on his brother in July with a harassment claim because he felt that Max was behaving erratically. Mike doesn't want his son exposed to that kind of behavior, and he doesn't like Max showing up unannounced either.
In chatting with TMZ, Max expressed his frustration with Mike, indicating that he would never call the police if the roles were reversed.
For the record, Max denied that any tension exists between him and Mike.