You know, we often warn tweens and teens of the dangers of over exposure on social media, but reality stars need a major lesson as well. I'm not even talking about sexting or posting pictures on Instagram that I can't ever unsee (I'm looking at you, Coco). I'm just talking about plain ol' common sense, you said you were going to be one place and then you posted pictures of yourself in another.
Apparently new Mob Wives cast member Alicia DiMichele Garofalo doesn't realize that "what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas" ONLY if you're not posting pictures of yourself in Sin City every five seconds. This is especially true if you told a judge that the only reason you'd need to travel outside of the New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania area to which an arrest kept you quarantined is to visit your son in college in West Virginia. Details, schmeatails.
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The newest Mob Wife, like her co-stars before her, isn't without a rap sheet, and she's currently awaiting sentencing for aiding her husband Edward "Tall Guy" Garofalo, Jr. in scamming tens of thousands of dollars from a Staten Island trucking company via Teamsters pension funds.
According to the New York Post, Alicia is out on a $50,000 bond, and travel restrictions banned her from leaving the tri-state area of New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. However, in June, a Brooklyn judge lifted the ban when Alicia submitted a sworn declaration claiming she needed to be able to help her son "move into the dormitory" at the University of West Virginia.
Additionally, Alicia wrote, “More importantly, because my son will be in Morgantown, West Virginia, I need the ability to travel on very short notice in the event of an emergency,” adding, “I do not intend to travel regularly, except to visit with my son for brief periods."
I guess she got confused, because this past weekend she was posting pictures of herself partying in Las Vegas with Mob Wives co-stars Drita D'Avanzo, Big Ang, and Renee Graziano as she lounged poolside and test drove a Ferrari at the Vegas Motor Speedway.
Clearly, Alicia's attorney doesn't follow her on Instagram, because when he was asked to comment, he responded, “As far as I know, she’s home in New Jersey.”
TELL US-DO YOU THINK ALICIA SHOULD BE PUNISHED FOR PARTYING IN VEGAS OR IS SHE FREE TO GO WHEREVER NOW THAT THE TRAVEL BAN HAS BEEN LIFTED?
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