Thursday, May 14, 2009

Victoria Gotti Plans To Fight Foreclosure Ruling!

Victoria Gotti does not plan on having her home foreclosed! Details below:

Now that a New York State Appellate Court ruling has placed in jeopardy Victoria Gotti's Long Island mansion – the five-bedroom, 5½-bath white brick residence familiar to viewers of her 2004 Growing Up Gotti reality show – the daughter of late Mob boss John Gotti declares, "This is by no means over!"

Speaking outside Brooklyn Federal Court on Wednesday, after a hearing over her dispute with over her $650,000 debt to housing lender JPMorgan Chase, Gotti, 46, said, "I'm never going to lose the house – trust me," reports New York's two tabloids, the New York Post and Daily News. "The only way I'm leaving is selling it, and we wanted out of there, anyway."

The house currently is on the market for $3.2 million.

When word of Gotti's housing problem became public earlier this week, the so-called Mafia Princess told Newsday, "I'm bitter. The house, all the marital assets, are part of a divorce package [from ex-husband, Carmine Agnello], I have never seen yet."

A 2007 lower court decision called JPMorgan Chase's foreclosure on the property premature, while last week a Brooklyn appeals court reversed that ruling – as well as approved a plan to appoint a referee to coordinate the sale of the residence.

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