Friday, July 31, 2015

Philly 'Mob Wives' star reportedly quits show

The New York Daily News reports that Alicia DiMichele, the Philly-based member of VH1's "Mob Wives."

Philly 'Mob Wives' star reportedly quits show

Alicia DiMichele, left, of "Mob Wives" (Instagram)
Alicia DiMichele, left, of "Mob Wives" (Instagram)

The New York Daily News reports that Alicia DiMichele, the Philly-based member of VH1's "Mob Wives," is leaving the show.

I called up VH1 and they said they had no comment about DiMichele at this time, but DiMichele has been retweet well-wishers praising her decision.

In addition, DiMichele withdrew her guilty plea of embezzling funds from Big R Trucking, the company she once co-owned with hubs Edward "Tall Guy" Garofalo Jr. A source told the other Daily News that DiMichele quit the show three weeks ago in order to improve her image in court. She was reportedly making $8,000 an episode. DiMichele would not dicuss the matter yesterday at a court hearing.

When I called DiMichele's Addiction Boutique (1713 South 12th St.), the woman who picked up the phone politely told me that they were not allowed to comment on DiMichele.

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