In , after Karen Friedman and Henry Hill — the notorious New York gangster whose life story was made famous by the book Wiseguy and subsequent film adaptation Goodfellas — had been dating for a few months, a neighbor of hers named Ted tried to force himself on her. She slapped him and he relented, angrily pushing her out of his car and driving away. Then she called Henry. In a scene depicted with brutal accuracy in Goodfellas , Henry swiftly took revenge. He saw Ted in the driveway, grabbed him by the hair, pulled a gun out of his pocket, and pistol-whipped him. Pistol-whipped him!
'So what if he's gay?' Mob widow Victoria Gotti defends John Travolta
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By Rebecca Seales. John Travolta's latest defender isn't necessarily the first person he would have chosen - but perhaps he'll appreciate the support nonetheless. Victoria Gotti, widow of legendary New York gangster John Gotti, launched an impassioned defence of the actor amid claims that he sexually harassed two male massage therapists and a cruise ship worker. Travolta, 58, is set to play Gotti, known as 'the Dapper Don' in an upcoming film - and his wife said she couldn't care less if the actor is gay or straight. Defender: Victoria Gotti said she doesn't care about Travolta's sexuality and said he should be left with dignity. Insisting the actor's sexuality did not matter in the grand scheme of things, the mobster's widow took a different position from many of the Don's friends. A friend of the family Frank Gallano, 57, said Travolta was not the right man to play Gotti, while others feel the allegations make him less plausible as the tough-talking boss of the Gambino crime family.
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Carmine "The Bull" Agnello born is a New York mobster from the Gambino crime family who ran a scrap metal recycling operation. In , according to John Alite's court testimony, Gambino boss John Gotti retaliated against Agnello for assaulting his daughter, Victoria Gotti. Several Gambino associates ambushed Agnello, beat him with a baseball bat, and then shot him in the buttocks.
Victoria Gotti is a writer, reality television participant and daughter of the late Gambino crime family Mafia boss, John Gotti a. As a girl, Gotti was raised in a modest two-story house in Howard Beach, New York, with her four siblings. She was the shiest of the Gotti children; Victoria was so quiet that for several years her parents suspected their daughter was autistic. Despite claims otherwise, Gotti says her family lived a sheltered, lower middle-class life with old-fashioned family values.