Cameras may have stopped rolling on VH1’s reality TV series Mob Wives, but the drama continues for reality TV star Renee Graziano. The former cast member is currently seeking treatment at a rehab facility in Florida, Starcasm has exclusively learned. Read on to find out more.
The VH1 Dramafia returns December 5 with the Mob Wives Season 5 premiere and the network has released promotional images and videos with the usual stylistic flare featuring stars Renee Graziano, Drita D’Avanzo, Angela “Big Ang” Raiola, Natalie Guercio, and the return of Karen Gravano!
As we reported on Tuesday, VH1 is shaking up the cast of their popular reality series for the third season, keeping “Big Ang,” Drita D’Avanzo and Renee Graziano and adding Philadelphia fillies Alicia DiMichele and Natalie Guercio. Tonight VH1 debuted the first preview trailer for the new season titled Mob Wives: New Blood featuring the revamped cast and it is just as fun and badass as you would expect. Keep reading to check it out!
If you watched last night’s season finale of Mob Wives, you might not be
upset surprised by this news: Love Majewski was fired from the show! Oh, and she wasn’t invited to the Reunion either. Keep reading to get Love’s take on what happened.
Page Six says Mob Wives star Renee Graziano was admitted into rehab this Monday. Their source told them that while she has had issues with prescription pills in the past, she was clean when she went into rehab. So, why did she go?
Yes. The little letter you see in front of the number 77 is an “m.” One Dr. Andrew Klapper has filed a 77-million-dollar lawsuit against Renee Graziano of Mob Wives fame after she claimed on multiple occasions that she nearly died on his operating table. Read on for how the tale of Renee’s new tail might end up costing her way more than she bargained for.
While Mob Wives star and all around bad ass Renee Graziano was out celebrating a 4th of July pre/birthday bash in Atlantic City someone thought it would be a good idea to burglarize her Staten Island home. Read on for the details and why it probably would be better for the cops to get to the burglar before “family associates” do.