Celebrity pizza chef Bruno DiFabio is headed to the slammer.
DiFabio, 51, was sentenced to 30 days in prison for tax evasion Thursday in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
The Food Network personality, who is known as “Lord of the Pies,” pleaded guilty to hiding $800,000 worth of income from his Westchester County and Connecticut restaurants.
“Everything is true,” the tax cheat said in court, according to Hearst Connecticut Media.
“I engaged in negligent behavior and I’m not proud of it. I did this fully knowing that I was doing something illegal and I minimized the extent of it.”
“I did this out of arrogance and I am very sorry and I do understand the impacts of my behavior,” the Yonkers native reportedly said.
DiFabio is free on $100,000 bail ahead of his July prison stint.
His business partner, Steven Cioffi, and two other accomplices also pleaded guilty to cooking the books. Cioffi was sentenced to a month behind bars last week.
DiFabio has paid $125,000 in restitution, and prosecutors said he will continue to cough up more dough.
With Post wires