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Victoria Digiorgio


Victoria Digiorgio- Biography

Victoria DiGiorgio is most known as the wife of a mafia boss named John Gotti. This has put her in the spotlight and raised some doubts about her other personal details, which we will discuss further in the article. Certain stories about DiGiorgio’s death spread on the internet, but they all turned out to be false.

What is the Net Worth of Victoria Digiorgio? Salary, Earnings

Victoria has a net worth of more than $2 million, according to reliable sources. She hasn’t disclosed any details about her assets, such as houses or vehicles, although her family appears to be financially secure. In addition to illicit activities, her family made money from their professions in entertainment, particularly their television roles.

Victoria Digiorgio- Birth, Age, Ethnicity, Siblings, Education

Victoria was born on December 5, 1942, in Brooklyn, New York City, USA, making her 76 years old and a Sagittarius. Victoria’s ethnicity is Caucasian, and she has dark hair and brown eyes, which complement her skin. Victoria had a fit physique in her teens, according to images on the internet. She was born into a family of mixed ancestry, specifically Italian and Russian. She supposedly met her late husband John in a bar in 1958, and they fell in love quickly. After four years of courtship, Victoria married John in a private wedding in March 1962. Unfortunately, DiGiorgio hasn’t revealed much about her childhood and adolescence. She’s also not active on social media, making it difficult for her supporters to contact her.

Victoria Digiorgio- Relationship, Married Life

John Gotti, her husband

John Gotti was born on October 27, 1940, in The Bronx, New York City, USA, but died in June 2002, at the age of 62. He was best known as the boss of the Gambino crime family and an Italian-American gangster. Gotti sold cocaine early in his criminal career, and he reportedly feared that Paul Castellano would kill him and his brothers for it. As a result, he went on to plan Paul’s murder in late 1985, and in the aftermath of that event, he took over the family. Their main lines of business were hijacking, drug trafficking, prostitution, and loan sharking, and they made hundreds of millions of dollars doing so.

Gotti amassed vast fortunes and was dubbed “The Dapper Don” for his liking in costly clothing. After that, he was dubbed “The Teflon Don” since no one seemed to be able to touch him, legally or otherwise. However, John was imprisoned in 1992 and had a fight with one of his fellow inmates, who attacked him, leaving him scarred and bleeding. Many people felt that the incident occurred as a result of Gotti’s use of a racist insult on his inmate. John was diagnosed with throat cancer in 1998 and was transported to the United States Medical Center for Federal Prisoners in Springfield, Missouri. Unfortunately, his disease reappeared two years later, and he died in 2002, at the age of 61. The Brooklyn church refused to allow the family to do a Requiem Mass but did allow them to hold a memorial Mass.

Victoria Gotti, Victoria Gotti’s daughter

Victoria had five children from her marriage with Gotti: Victoria (named after her), John, Frank, Peter, and Angel, of whom we will highlight two. Her daughter Victoria was born on November 27, 1962 in Brooklyn, making her 55 years old. Her zodiac sign is Scorpio, and she is best known as a writer, having worked on “Women and Mitral Valve Prolapse,” a book inspired by her own disease. She went on to write “The Senator’s Daughter,” “I’ll Be Watching You,” “Superstar,” and “This Family of Mine: What It Being Like Growing Up Gotti,” the latter of which was her memoir.

Victoria Digiorgio- Professional Career

Victoria’s daughter, who appears in “Growing Up Gotti” alongside her three sons, is also a TV celebrity. The show debuted in 2004 and ran for three seasons, however it received little critical recognition. Nonetheless, a special named “Growing Up Gotti: Ten Years Later” was released to commemorate the show’s tenth anniversary. One of her most recent ventures is the once-in-a-lifetime film “Victoria Gotti: My Father’s Daughter,” which released on February 9, 2019.

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