What Happened To Carmine Gotti Agnello? Facts About John Gotti Agnello’s Brother
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Carmine Gotti Agnello or Camino Agnello Jr. is a former musician and former owner of an auto parts business, better known as the son of Victoria Gotti and grandson of John Gotti. Carmine Junior’s grandfather, John, was notorious throughout most of the 1980s as the leader of the Gambino family, an organized crime group.

Grandfather made headlines for his many high-profile court cases and his good skills at evading the police. John Gotti was one of the most notorious criminals of the 20th century. Gotti died in June 2002 while still in prison. However, people are still interested in his story and in future generations.

All his children and grandchildren have become quite famous themselves. Some of them have become celebrities of sorts. One of Gotti’s grandchildren, Carmine Gotti Agnello, is one such. He started to be noticed thanks to the reality TV series Growing Up Gotti, hosted by his mother.

It followed the lives of Victoria Gotti and her three sons, Carmine Jr, John, and Frank. But what are Carmine Jr and his siblings doing today; what are their current jobs, are the boys married, do they all have partners? Check out the life of Carmine Gotti Agnello and the rest of his family after the reality show.

Carmine Gotti Agnello Birth, Parents; His Father Served Prison Time

Victoria Gotti’s first son, Carmine Gotti Agnello, was born on 8 April 1986 in Long Island, New York, New York. Carmine Gotti Agnello Junior, now 36 years old, takes his name from his father, Carmine Agnello.

Carmine’s father came from a family in the scrap metal business. However, Agnello’s father subsequently spent seven years in federal prison for racketeering (from 2001 to 2008). He faced jail again in 2015 for a stolen car and scrap metal scam at his dump in Cleveland.

Agnello Sr. became a felon again in 2017, this time for possession of a firearm. However, the father of three reached a plea deal that same year to avoid jail time.

Carmine once said that because of his father’s time in prison, he experienced many ups and downs as a child and lived 12 years of his life without his father.

His mother, Victoria, grew up in a two-story house in Howard Beach, New York, with her siblings. Despite claims to the contrary, Victoria once said that she and her family lived a lower-middle-class life with old-fashioned family values stemming from their Russian and Italian backgrounds.

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Carmine Gotti Agnello Siblings; His Older Sister Died At Childbirth 

The two brothers are Frank Gotti Agnello and John Gotti Agnello.

Carmine also had an older sister, Justine Gotti Agnello, who died stillborn nine months after Victoria’s wedding in 1984 to her now ex-husband Carmine.

As already mentioned, Carmine Gotti Agnello starred with both brothers in the reality show “Growing Up Gotti”.

Carmine And His Brothers Were Business Partners 

The three brothers were also partners in a car spare parts business. The car spare parts shop used to be owned by Carmine Agnello’s father, Carmine Junior.

But after serving a prison sentence, divorcing Victoria, and moving to Cleveland, he gave it up. The business was then run by Carmine Junior and his two brothers.

It is currently a mystery whether the company or partnership exists or not. However, on the professional front, Carmine’s brother John, who was named after his famous grandfather, is currently married to a woman named Alina and has a son.

John has also embarked on a musical career and had previously announced that he was going to release an album paying tribute to his late gangster grandfather.

Carmine Gotti Agnello Once Pursued Music 

After Growing Up Gotti ended, Carmine decided to try her hand at singing. While he was focusing on music, in 2015 he made his first appearance on VH1’s short-lived reality show But Can They Sing.

But it was not a success. After that, Carmine mostly avoided the spotlight.

He then tried to make his own album. In fact, in 2010, Agnello’s older brother was working on a record deal and starred in videos for rappers Khia and Fat Joe. He appeared as one of the “bad boys” in the risqué video “Been a Bad Girl” by rapper Khia and also featured in Fat Joe’s video “(Ha Ha Ha) Slow Down”.

For a few years, Carmine was also a guest at the Yonkers Power House studio made famous by rappers DMX and Ruff Ryder.

At the same time, speaking about his work at the time, Carmine said,

“I’m matured, I was a kid when they saw me last time. I wanted to step away from that whole image….I’m a young man now. I’m clean-cut.”

Carmine, born Carmine Agnello Junior, abandoned his father Carmine’s older surname and took the name of his late grandfather Goti during his musical career.

He also admitted at the time that he was struggling financially. Of his project, Gotti said,

“My album is more focused on the club scene, and mostly focuses on women….I want to surprise everybody.”

Agnello said that his grandfather Gotti’s life has also influenced his music. At the time, he described his music as more like hip-hop.

Although there has been no recent news from his side on this musical aspect.

Carmine Jr Parents, Victoria Gotti, And Carmine Sr’s Relationship; Why Did They Divorce?

Carmine Gotti Agnello’s parents, Carmine and Victoria Gotti were married in 1984. They had known each other since high school.

However, Victoria’s parents initially disapproved of their union. The reason: according to John Alite’s testimony in court in 2007, in 1979, Gambino boss John Gotti took revenge on Agnello for assaulting his daughter Victoria Gotti. Several Gambino members attacked Agnello senior, beat him with a baseball bat, and then shot him in the buttocks.

Despite the family’s outrage, Carmine’s mother continued her marriage and started a family with Agnello senior in a mansion in Westbury, New York. After their marriage, the couple had three sons, Carmine, Frank, and John. As mentioned, they also had a stillborn daughter, Justine.

Unfortunately, in 2000, everything was turned upside down when Carmine Junior’s father was arrested for extortion and arson in order to intimidate a business rival of Quince’s who turned out to be an undercover cop. A year later, he was convicted and sentenced to nine years in federal prison and ordered to forfeit $10 million in assets.

Agnello Jr’s mother, Victoria, subsequently divorced him in 2003 on the grounds of constructive abandonment.

She had also decided to leave him because of his infidelities; he had reportedly cheated on John Gotti’s daughter with his secretary at Queens. Apparently, as part of the divorce, Victoria acquired their mansion and received child support of USD 12 500 per month in addition to the USD 12 500 per month paid for her sons. The entire value of her divorce agreement was estimated at USD 7 million.

As reported, Carmine Agnello now has a wife named Daniela Vangara, whom he apparently married after his release from prison in 2008.

Carmine Gotti Agnello Illegal Buisness And His Arrest 

Agnello had a bit too much trouble in 2018 with his and his brothers’ car parts business.

In July 2018, the police arrested Carmine, then in his thirties, and charged him with the crime of operating an auto scrap and recycling yard in Queens, New York, without a license. His lawyer, Steven Mahler, argued at the time that his client was a legitimate businessman who was simply between licenses.

What Happened To Carmine Gotti Agnello? Facts About John Gotti Agnello’s Brother

Agnello’s license expired in December 2016, but police only arrested him in July 2018. In June, he applied for a new license – but later withdrew the application, according to a DMV investigator.

He was initially released on his own recognizance and was ordered to return to court on September 25. Carmine Gotti Agnello Jr. later avoided jail time by entering into a plea agreement for operating an illegal junkyard.

Queen’s Criminal Court Judge Judy Morris agreed to reduce the charges against the scion of the late Gambino boss to a misdemeanor in exchange for a fine of US$1,000 and forfeiture of US$4,605 for the illegal proceeds. This came after Carmine Jr. admitted to running a rescue fund that was not registered with the relevant authorities.

Does Carmine Jr Have Social Media?

Although Carmine has social media accounts, he shares very little with his fans on these platforms. Moreover, his blocked Instagram has also recently made him a kind of nobody to strangers.

He does, however, appear from time to time on his mother’s Insta account; the blonde mother of three doesn’t miss a chance to celebrate her sons on their birthdays, including Carmine.

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Is Carmine Gotti Agnello Married; What Does He Do Now?

Given his recent quiet life, it is significantly unclear who Carmine’s second spouse is. Unlike his younger brother John, who has his own family, Agnello has not disclosed details about his married life and whether he is dating at all. He did, however, allegedly meet a girl named Lizzie Grubman in the mid-2000s.

Since the end of Growing Up Gotti, Victoria’s three sons have lived a notably illiberal life. It is therefore unclear what the boys do behind the scenes personally or professionally.

How Rich Was Carmine Jr’s Grandfather And His Mother? Their Net Worth

Although Carmine’s family didn’t have a good reputation, they certainly were quite the wealthy group of people. The main man John Gotti was the 9th richest criminal in the world with a net worth of over $30 million.

And while his daughter and Agnello’s mother, Victoria Gotti doesn’t have as much fortune, the former reality star is by definition still a millionaire. The woman who has a reported net worth of about $ 2 million is also the owner of a lavish Old Westbury mansion worth nearly $3 million.

Though the point that has been missing in all these to these days is the approximation of John’s grandson’s net worth. It is still up to debate and guesses as to what wealth John, Carmine Jr, and Frank hold for themselves.

Other Facts 

During school, Carmine was an above-average Honor Roll student.

Quick Facts About Carmine Agnello 

Birth NameCarmine Gotti Agnello
Nick NameUnder Review
Age36 years old
Sun Sign/Zodiac SignAries
Birth PlaceNew York USA, USA
Date of Birth4th April 1986
Mother’s NameVictoria Gotti
Father’s NameCarmine Gotti Agnello Sr.
SiblingFrank, John, and Justine
Height6 feet or 183 cm
Weight75 kg or 165 lbs
Body MeasurementUnder Review
Race / EthnicityMixed
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlue
Sexual OrientationStraight
Shoe SizeUnder Review
College/UniversitySt. Dominick High School
Educational QualificationHigh School
ProfessionSinger and Musician
WifeAlina Agnello
ChildrenUnder Review
Net Worth (Approx.)$500,000