The Economy Isn’t Afraid of the Mob
Showing that the economy isn’t afraid of the mob, the New York Post is reporting that Victoria Gotti’s Long Island home is up for foreclosure. Despite the massive fortune John Gotti, father of Victoria, has amassed with his “legitimate” businesses, Victoria has failed to make payments on the $650,000 loan she has out with JP Morgan Chase.
The house is most famous for appearing on the reality show “Growing Up Gotti,” a now-cancelled show that featured Victoria and her three hair-gel loving sons. Since the show, the once well-manicured estate has turned into an eyesore. Victoria once tried to sell the estate for $4.8 million dollars but Century 21 now lists the property at $3.2 million. Besides overgrown weeds, the estate boasts an 8,500 square foot house on six acres, five bedrooms, five and a half baths, a swimming pool with a three-tier waterfall, a three-level pool house with living quarters, a three-stall horse barn, a tennis court, a basketball court, and a four-car garage.