Mob Wives'Renee Graziano has certainly been through the ringer over the last few seasons of the VH1 hit. We've watched her struggle with depression and prescription pill addiction which led to a recent stint in rehab.
Of course, at the root of most of her issues is ex-husband Junior Pagan who reconciled with Renee last season in an effort to turn state's evidence on her father. After her father was sent to prison, Renee's problems spiraled out of control and she was riddled with guilt. Well, now Renee has some news that she is thrilled to share. Something is happening on Wednesday, and for Renee, it can't get here fast enough!
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Things certainly haven't been easy for Mob Wives star Renee Graziano, to say the least. In the last couple seasons of the VH1 hit, her husband helped send her father to jail in exchange for a more lenient sentence, her temper was off the charts, and she admitted she was an addict.
Battling depression and prescription pill addiction, Renee knew she needed to get clean for the sake of her son A.J. She went to rehab, and reveals that it has helped her get back her life…even if her temper is still frightening and she's paranoid about everything. She may be learning how to live clean and sober, but I doubt she'll ever learn how to be drama-free!
When we left Mob Wives, Ramona Rizzo was preparing to wed her jailed love Joseph “Joe Boy” Sclafani who is allegedly a member of the famed Gambino crime family. While the VH1 reality show left us hanging with the pair's nuptials, Ramona is speaking out about how the duo makes it work despite the separation. And by separation, I mean the plate glass window in the prison.
While the couple has yet to walk down the aisle, Ramona is still full-steam ahead with wedding plans. Speaking to the Las Vegas Review Journal, Ramona shares how she is preparing for a life of wedded bliss when the fate of her fiance's future is still unknown.
Seriously, who doesn't love Big Ang? The Mob Wives star is enjoying the spoils of a successful spin-off which will be returning this fall and her bar the Drunken Monkey is now a happening haunt on Staten Island.
Now, Ang has opened another watering hole in a warmer locale…her self-proclaimed home away from home. May I introduce you to Ang's newest business endeavor, the Miami Monkey?