Gotti's father was also frequently in-and-out of jail during her childhood.
Her mother told the family that their father was away on business as a plumbing supplier, helping to build a prison facility.
In 1992, when Victoria was 30 years old, her father, John Gotti, was convicted of racketeering and five counts of murder. "They don't make men like him anymore," she has said of the alleged mob-boss, "and they never will." In 1995, Gotti wrote her first book, .
Inspired by her own struggle with the illness, the book documented her heart condition in relatable terms, and was critically acclaimed by patients and doctors alike.
As the family's resident author, Victoria was asked by In 2003, Gotti and her husband finally reached their breaking point and Victoria filed for divorce, citing "constructive abandonment." Gotti received $12,500 a month in alimony and an additional $12,500 a month for her sons in a package worth an estimated $7 million.
Agnello was released from prison in 2007, after serving a nine-year sentence.
Additionally, there were far more dating shows than “The Bachelor” and “Dating Naked.” In fact, there were dozens, including “Average Joe,” “Joe Millionaire,” “elimi Date,” “Date My Mom,” “Room Raiders” and the list goes on.
Check out our list of unscripted series that deserved to get rebooted below: Before Anthony Bourdain took the reigns as the go-to host for the strangely wonderful food/travel shows “No Reservations,” “The Layover” and now “Parts Unknown,” comedian Dave Attell was exploring odd nightlife around the world on this brilliant Comedy Central series.In 1984, shortly after leaving school, she married her high school sweetheart and "first real boyfriend," scrap-metal dealer, Carmine Agnello.Together, the couple had three sons, Carmine, Frank and John, as well as a daughter, Justine, who was stillborn. She denied the court's allegations, and remained devoted to her father.He was sentenced to 77 months in prison., and her husband was arrested for using extortion and arson to frighten a Queens business competitor.The "competitors" were actually undercover New York investigators, who had set up surveillance units to track Agnello.Many of the yesterday’s scripted television shows have announced reboots to continue their respective stories from years ago, but what about the reality shows?