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‘Jersey Shore’s’ “The Situation” steals art over the internet?

HollywoodNews.com: It appears that ‘Jersey Shore’ star Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino has done a little art stealing over the internet all because someone decided to paint a picture of him.

Artist Celeste Gillis reportedly created a painting of the reality TV star and offered the work to him for a price or a deal, states TMZ. She allegedly offered the painting in exchange for payment or if he credited her art website as she is an artist who would like any exposure she can get.

However, it appears “The Situation” had some plans of his own as he posted the image on his Facebook and captioned it “THE MAN THE MYTH THE LEGEND” without crediting the artist.

Gillis has reportedly not yet contacted him about taking the image down due to the fact that she allegedly isn’t sure he’ll understand copyright laws.

Do you think “The Situation” did this on purpose or didn’t know he was doing something wrong?

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  • December 15, 2010 | Permalink |

    His 15 minutes are almost up.

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