Name: Victoria Gotti
Born: November 27, 1962
Occupation: Writer, therapist and television personality
Victoria Gotti was born on November 17, 1962 in Brooklyn, New York. She is the daughter of John Gotti, a convicted mob boss, and Victoria DiGiorgio. She has four siblings: Angel, John, Peter and Frank.
After graduating high school, Victoria attended St. Johns University. She was unable to take full advantage of her studies because she suffered from mitral valve prolapse, a medical condition that causes palpitations, dizziness and rapid heart rate. She was on regular medication and wore a heart monitor, which meant she could not take part in extensive academic endeavors.
Victoria marred Carmine Agnello, her high school sweetheart and scrap metal dealer. They have three children: Carmine, Frank and John. She had a daughter, Justine, but died as a stillborn. The family currently lives in Old Newbury, New York. The couple divorced in 2009 – she was awarded the $3.2 million mansion as part of the divorce settlement, which was foreclosed. Her ex-husband is serving a nine-year sentence for racketeering and tax evasion.
In 2004, the A&E Network launched a reality television series called “Growing Up Gotti,” which followed Victoria and her three sons. It was cancelled more than a year later. Many experts contend that Victoria falsely claiming to be diagnosed with breast cancer led the network to cancel the series.
The TV show did help Victoria become a pop culture celebrity. She appeared on a variety of shows, including “Celebrity Apprentice,” “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” “Mob Wives” and “Celebrities at Home.” Victoria also had a small role in the Off-Broadway musical “We’re Still Hot.”
Prior to her entertainment success, Victoria was employed as a New York Post columnist. Victoria is also the executive editor of Star Magazine. She also authored an array of books, including “Senator’s Daughter,” “I’ll Be Watching You,” “Superstar,” “Hot Italian Dish” and “This Family of Mine: What It Was Like Growing Up Gotti.” Her latest book is titled “Women Who Lunch.”
We estimate that Victoria Gotti’s net worth is $2 million (2016).
So how much is $2 million really?
$2 million can buy you a condominium just outside of the downtown core of New York City. $2 million could also buy you the best legal team if you were on trial for tax evasion, racketeering or any other crime.