Victoria Gotti’s Net Worth, Relationship, & Bio – RHONJ

Victoria Gotti, the daughter of Gambino crime family Mafia chief John Gotti, was born on November 27, 1962, in New York City. Victoria Gotti is no stranger to the camera these days, as the narrator, co-writer, and executive producer of the 2019 Lifetime documentary “Victoria Gotti: My Father’s Daughter” (via The Sun).

Victoria Gotti has worked as a columnist for the New York Post, as well as the executive editor of Star magazine and as an Extra! on-air correspondent, as well as the star of the A&E reality show Growing Up Gotti. She is the author of numerous publications, including the bestselling novel The Senator’s Daughter and the cookbook Hot Italian Dish, which she won an award for.

Victoria Gotti's Net Worth

In 2021, Victoria Gotti is a writer and reality television personality who has a net worth of $2 million dollars. She made much of her income from her work as a writer but even though the majority of her income comes from her written work, Victoria Gotti has managed to contribute to her net worth by making various on-screen appearances as well. She has appeared on Bravo’s Real Housewives of New Jersey and she was the star of reality television show, Growing Up Gotti, on A&E Network. (1)

The foreclosure on Gotti’s $3.2 million property, which she was awarded as part of her divorce from Carmine Agnello, was allowed in May 2009.

Her wealth is also increasing from her work outisde of television. According to The New York Times, when she’s not flicking through screenplays, she generates the majority of her money through commercial real estate she owns in Queens. She seemed to enjoy spending time with both her older sons and her grandchild. Victoria is a gourmand who appreciates the better things in life, such as gnocchi. She’s living the life of a celebrity.

Victoria Gotti's Early Life

Victoria Gotti is 59 years old. She was born on November 27, 1962. Victoria was born in Brooklyn New York and was raised by her parents, John Gotti and Victoria Gotti. Her mother is her namesake. Victoria’s father was of Italian descent, and mother was of half Italian half Russian ancestry. Gotti was raised in a two-story house in Howard Beach, New York, with her four siblings. (2)

Gotti was born in 1962 and was instantly immersed in a life of crime, whether she liked it or not. Her father, John, was not present when her mother, Victoria, went into labor and gave birth to their second daughter.  Their first child, Angel, had arrived a year before. When he did arrive at the hospital, he wasn’t planning on doing things the traditional way.

Victoria was born in Brooklyn and raised in Howard Beach, where she said she came from a lower-middle-class family, despite claims to the contrary. Despite his best efforts and the addition of three more children—sons John Jr., Frank, and Peter—father Gotti’s couldn’t resist the pull of the criminal life. As a result, her dad didn’t spend as much time with them as he used to. He’d been imprisoned three times by 1968. It also meant that living at the Gotti home for people he’d constantly abandoned was, to put it mildly, difficult.

However, it wasn’t all bad. She had built-in closest pals as a result of growing up in a large household. Gotti and her siblings had to be resourceful when it came to enjoying fun because they were poor. The peculiar circumstances surrounding her father’s chosen line of business and its implications, as Gotti indicated, took a toll on his young kids.

When Gotti’s father was “gone” while she and her siblings were little, the adults in the room went to great pains to keep her and her siblings in the dark about what was really going on, but Gotti’s perceptiveness left her wondering.

Gotti’s father was released on parole in 1972, but that didn’t mean he was spending all of his time at home. John was an acting capo in the Gambino family’s Bergin Hunt and Fish Club crew at the time, and he spent a lot of time at the Ravenite Social Club in Little Italy, where his headquarters were, winning over underboss Aniello “Neil” Dellacroce.

Life was getting a little bit nicer as her father rose through the ranks. John quickly relocated his family from Brooklyn. “A nicer area didn’t imply an easier life,” she continued, and John Jr. was sent to the New York Military Academy for his misbehavior. Soon after, John was on the run again after a botched effort to kidnap another gangster in vengeance for a Gambino family murder. “Mom was left cleaning up the mess.”

After being identified by an eyewitness and a police insider, John agreed to a plea deal and was sentenced to four years in prison for attempted manslaughter. After barely two years, he was released in the summer of 1977. “And when he came back, it was a very different house,” Gotti explained. “His baby girls weren’t babies anymore.”

On March 18 of 1980, while he was riding a family friend’s minibike, her little brother Frankie was run over and killed. He was only 12. The man that ran over her brother was their neighbor, the man that ran over my brother was our neighbor, John Favara.

Victoria Gotti's Education

Victoria Gotti is said to have skipped two grades and entered in St. John’s University at the age of 15. Victoria intended to pursue law, but instead chose to work for the New York Post and WNYW.

Victoria Gotti's Husband/Boyfriend and Family Life

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Carmine Agnello was the ultimate love interest when he entered her life, with his perfect storm of seething rage and a longing to be normal. He was indifferent about her father. Her father, on the other hand, was vehemently opposed to him. Why was he so opposed to it? “I remember staring my father in the eyes and saying, ‘Dad, I don’t know why you’re so—what is it about you that you’re so against him? He reminds me so much of you,'” she stated in the movie. “Wow, my father just blew out. And I thought that was a compliment.”

So he sought to entice Victoria Gotti with the prospect of a better life by taking her out to the Ravenite for a night to give her a taste of a world he believed Carmine could never offer for her. “I had never really seen my father’s softer side before, and we had such a great time; I don’t think I’ll ever forget that night,” she said. “But there was still the allure, whatever it was that drew me to Carmine.”

Despite her parents’ opposition, Agnello married Victoria in 1984. Carmine, John, and Frank were the couple’s three sons. The family resided in a house in Westbury, New York, which served as the setting for the reality television series Growing up Gotti in 2004. Agnello was sentenced to nine years in federal prison and ordered to forfeit $10 million in assets to the court on October 26, 2001. On January 16, 2008, he was released from federal custody.

Victoria Gotti divorced Agnello in 2003, while he was in prison, on the grounds of constructive abandonment.

According to the New York Daily News, Gotti received $12,500 per month in alimony and $12,500 per month for each of their three sons, Carmine, John, and Frank. “Gotti bought the $3.9 million mansion in Old Westbury, L.I., in 2006, but a government lien still hangs over the 4-acre estate, and Agnello was required to keep a $1 million life insurance policy that would pay Gotti $400,000 and her sons $600,000 if he died.”

Victoria Gotti's Career

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Victoria Gotti was a reporter for WNYW, the Fox Television Network’s New York City flagship station, and a columnist for the New York Post .

Women and Mitral Valve Prolapse, Gotti’s first book, was motivated by and recounted her own fight with the condition in 1995. Her first mystery novel, The Senator’s Daughter, was published in 1997, followed by I’ll Be Watching You (1998), Superstar (2000), and Hot Italian Dish (2001). (2006). She also published the books This Family of Mine: What It Was Like Growing Up Gotti and This Family of Mine: What It Was Like Growing Up Gotti (2009). (3)

Gotti starred in Growing Up Gotti, an American reality television series on the A&E Network, from August 2004 to December 2005, in which she co-starred with her three sons. Gotti revealed she had breast cancer in August 2005, just days before the third season premiere of Growing Up Gotti. However, after being accused of fabricating her sickness by several media sites, she revealed shortly after her initial revelation that she actually had precancerous cells in her breast, rather than a diagnosis.

Gotti was one of 18 participants on the first season of the American reality television show Celebrity Apprentice, which began on February 19, 2012. Gotti was eliminated from the competition in week two.

Gotti made a special appearance on The Real Housewives of New Jersey on September 22, 2013, in the season 5 episode “Hair We Go Again,” with Teresa Giudice. On August 24, 2014, she returned to the show in the season 6 episode “Roses Are Red, Dina Is Blue,” which aired on ABC.
Gotti had a guest appearance in “Storm A-Brewin’,” a fifth-season episode of the VH1 reality show Mob Wives, in December 2014. Despite criticizing the show’s authenticity in a 2012 radio interview, in which she described it as a “train wreck” and “not real,” she continues to support it.

Gotti made an appearance in the episode for a sequence in which cast member Angela Raiola sought her help on how to deal with her inner circle’s difficulties.

Victoria Gotti: My Father’s Daughter, a documentary film starring Chelsea Frei as Victoria Gotti and Maurice Benard as John Gotti, premiered on Lifetime on February 9, 2019. This film’s narrator, co-writer, and executive producer is Victoria Gotti.

Today, Victoria Gotti writes articles and columns for the New York Post and also has some executive producer work on the side.

Real Housewives of New Jersey Storyline for Victoria Gotti

Victoria Gotti joined “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” in season 5 in 2013. (4)

Victoria Gotti stunned Teresa Giudice and Amber Marchese by making a damaging charge that may be enough to terminate a marriage when she decided to share some fairly intimate information with them.

Victoria revealed the scandalous story about Teresa Aprea’s husband, Rino, when sitting down with her friends at her home after the trio met up at an appearance for Teresa’s Fabellini sparkling wine line.

She began by revealing that they met while she was dining at his restaurant a few years back, and that after only two weeks of knowing each other, he gifted her a diamond Rolex watch while she was in the hospital recovering from surgery. Despite the fact that she felt he was ‘crazy,’ their friendship remained.

He did, however, reveal a secret to her one evening that she couldn’t resist but share with her other housewives.

‘One night, we were all out in his restaurant as a group. She begins, “He started talking about his divorce and he tells me this strange story.”
“It’s something she’ll never forgive me for,” he remarked… “You cheated?” I said, and he replied, “Yes.”

“If the love is strong enough, she’ll get over it,” I remarked, and he answered, “No.” I asked, “So you cheated more than once?” and he said, “No, it’s who I cheated with… Her mother.”

The women are initially perplexed by what they have just heard and are unsure how to respond. ‘Was he drunk?’ Teresa then inquires.

‘I don’t know if it’s true or not,’ Amber said, adding, ‘but the concept that Rino slept with Santa, it would have been nicer if I had heard Rino slept with Nicole.’ That’s understandable; it’s not shocking. It’s reasonable with twins.’

Victoria, on the other hand, wasn’t sure if Rino was being serious or not.

With Teresa Aprea and her twin sister Nicole Napolitano having a tumultuous relationship, Amber chose to keep out of the discussion as much as possible when they got into a physical fight that saw them ripping each other’s hair.

Meanwhile, the pair in question – Teresa and Rino Aprea – were having fun in another section of town. They were having a great romantic Valentine’s Day supper, blissfully unaware to the fact that their marriage was the topic of conversation.

Victoria Gotti's Appearance (Height, Hair, Eyes & More)

Height5 ft 5 in
1.65 m
Weight136 pounds
62 kg
Hair ColorBlonde
Eye ColorHazel
Body TypeSkinny
Sexual OrientationStraight

Facts About Victoria Gotti

NationalityAmerican
Estimate Net Worth$2 million
ReligionUnknown
Zodiac SignSagittarius
BirthplaceNew York, New York, United States
BirthdayNovember 27, 1962

References

  1. Victoria Gotti Net Worth, https://www.celebritynetworth.com/richest-celebrities/victoria-gotti-net-worth/
  2. Victoria Gotti, https://www.biography.com/personality/victoria-gotti#:~:text=Early%20Life&text=As%20a%20girl%2C%20Gotti%20was,suspected%20their%20daughter%20was%20autistic.
  3. Victoria Gotti, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victoria_Gotti
  4. Victoria Gotti Biography, https://www.thefamouspeople.com/profiles/victoria-gotti-11463.php