Last week Alicia appeared in court to be sentenced for her crimes, for which she pled guilty, and she was relieved to learn she would be given four years probation, plus restitution but no jail time!
“I knew that my husband and his partners were doing something wrong and I helped them,” Alicia admitted to the judge in Brooklyn Federal Court. “This is not who I am and I can’t even describe how embarrassed I am to be standing here today.”
Apparently Renee Graziano is taking over reality TV. All reality TV. She'll be sowing her wild oats as she spreads the love around VH1. But don't worry – she's not leaving her home showMob Wives!
Renee chatted with Wetpaint about expanding her reality TV palate by taking guest runs on Hollywood Exes to hang out with the cast. Not only is she appearing on Hollywood Exes (which just goes to show you don't have to be a Hollywood ex or even live in Hollywood to make the cut), but we're also going to see her on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta…also proving that you don't have to live in Atlanta or have any ties to the hip hop community to be in good with Mona Scott Young.
The reality star edition of Marriage Boot Camp kicks off tonight and the cast celebrated the premiere last night in NYC.
The cast members and a few other supporters turned out last night at Catch Rooftop to party (as much as a few of the pregnant ladies could) and enjoy their moment in the spotlight. Among those in attendance: Jenni "JWoww" Farley and her fiance Roger Mathews, who are expecting a baby girl this summer. Also hitting the red carpet: Traci Braxton and Kevin Surrat, Tanisha Thomas and Clive Muir, as well asTrista and Ryan Sutter.
Former Mob Wives star Karen Gravano isn't having much luck with a law suit she has waged against Rockstar Games asking for $40 million in damages. Yes, you read that correctly. FORTY MILLION DOLLARS!
Just what did the company do that would warrant such a hefty sum? Well, the tough talking author claims that the company has used her as the inspiration for Antonia Bottino, a character in the video game Grand Theft Auto V and she deserves to be compensated.
Alicia DiMichele Garofalo is in whole heaps of trouble after being embroiled in an embezzlement case. And you know, potentially serving time interferes with your ability to appear on Mob Wives, so Alicia quit the show! With her husband already serving ten-years, she awaits sentencing.
Alicia's official song and dance is that she wants to focus on her kids, which is probably a good idea just in case she heads to the slammer. But she also had a rough time on the Mob Wives. Weighing in on Alicia's departure, Renee Graziano and Drita D'avanzo spoke to Radar Online.
"Honestly, I was a little surprised she joined the cast because of her whole court case. The show didn’t bring her any good, so I can see why she’s pulling out now,” Reneeacknowledged.
Drama and prison seem to go hand-in-hand for most reality shows, but they don't seem to fit together any better than they do on VH1's Mom Wives. Typically it's the men who don't get any airtime due to the fact that they are behind bars for some organized crime related scandal; however, this season's newbie Alicia diMichele Garofalo is potentially facing jail time of her own.
We all watched as Alicia worried about her sons' fate if she ended up in jail for her part in her husband's extortion ring of which she was totally clueless about her participation…or so she claims. I actually kind of believe her. Regardless, with her soon to be ex-husband already serving time, Alicia's sentencing kept being postponed.