Victoria Gotti's Long Island mansion in foreclosure

Updated: 2009-05-13T05:14:28Z

Maybe "Growing Up Gotti" was as good as it got?

Court records show that JP Morgan is foreclosing on the $4.2 million Long Island mansion of Mafia daughter Victoria Gotti, the same house used in her reality show, "Growing Up Gotti," from 2004 to 2005.

The New York Post reports that Gotti missed two years of payments worth about $650,000 on a loan secured by a mortgage on the house. Gotti, 46, is the daughter of late reputed mob boss John Gotti.

"I was awarded full ownership of marital property ... and all I inherited was a house with millions of dollars worth of debt," Gotti told the Post. "This should finally put to rest all the government lies and rumors that I have $200 million buried in my backyard."

Gotti's mother charged that her daughter's ex-husband, Carmine Agnello, took out the mortgage without Victoria knowing about it. The Post said Agnello's attorneys declined to comment.

| Posted by Lisa Gutierrez, The Star

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