It’s hard to believe that it’s been more than a decade since we first met Victoria Gotti and her three sons on one of TV’s earliest reality shows, Growing Up Gotti!
The show followed Victoria — the daughter of famed mob boss John Gotti — as she raised her three spiky-haired, bratty sons, John, Carmine, and Frankie.
So what are the boys up to today? Keep reading to find out!
Carmine Gotti Agnello
Carmine — the oldest of the family — has stayed out of the spotlight, and has surprisingly kept a lower profile than his brothers since the show went off the air.
Based off his social media, it would appear he’s still super close with his brothers and his mom. Today, he runs an auto parts store with his brothers.
John Gotti Agnello
The 29-year-old tied the knot in a lavish affair — where he allegedly pocketed $2.5 million in wedding gifts from his guests — and has since become a father to a “Hotti Gotti” of his own, son John, who just celebrated his five-month birthday!
Fatherhood seems to suit John, as he hasn’t stopped posting pictures of his baby boy, Johnny, who he calls his “best friend” and “greatest accomplishment.”
With his two brothers, the new dad works at his family’s auto parts store.
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Frankie Gotti Agnello
Not much is known about the youngest Gotti brother, who just turned 27. From his Instagram, it would appear that he’s still close with his brothers and has stayed close to where he grew up on Long Island.
Like his older brothers, his full-time job is with the fam’s auto parts shop.
Unlike her sons, Victoria has found her footing as a public figure, even after the show’s cancellation.
She has made appearances on Real Housewives of New Jersey and has spoken about her dad’s troubled lifestyle on 48 Hours Mystery last last year, confirming that her father was responsible for killing people, adding, “I loved the man… but I loathed the life, his lifestyle. How can anybody worship that life? How could anybody think that there was any glory in that life? I would lie awake nights and cry, ‘Is my dad gonna come home? I she gonna go to jail again?’”