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Alicia DiMichele ordered to pay restitution from 'Mob Wives' earnings

A judge has ordered "Mob Wives" star Alicia DiMichele to pay restitution from her show earnings.
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On March 3 Hot 991 shares that the "Mob Wives: New Blood" star Alicia DiMichele was ordered by a judge to pay restitution from her show earnings. That's a total of $96,000 considering that she made $8,000 per episode.

After pushing back her hearing twice, a judge ordered DiMichele to pay all her earnings to restitution for embezzling and union fraud from cooking the books of the trucking company she owned with her mobster husband Eddie "Tall Guy" Garafolo. The judge wasn't happy when DiMichele signed on to the "Mob Wives" franchise this fall because he feels that it glorifies the crime lifestyle.

Currently, Eddie Garafolo is serving a seven year prison sentence for murder conspiracy, witness tampering, and extortion. Alicia DiMichele is awaiting trial, still, for embezzlement and union fraud which could end up being as much as a five year sentence for her.

Alicia was picked up to be one of the members for season four of "Mob Wives: New Blood" as long as she doesn't end up getting sentenced and put in jail before that time.

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