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‘Mob Wives’ Alicia DiMichele embezzlement case postponed

NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 08: Bethenny Hosts the Mob Wives Cast at the CBS Broadcast Center on January 8, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Brad Barket/Getty Images for 'bethenny')
NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 08: Bethenny Hosts the Mob Wives Cast at the CBS Broadcast Center on January 8, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Brad Barket/Getty Images for 'bethenny')
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Mob Wives” contains a high amount of drama and much of it surrounds Alicia DiMichele and her husband’s arrest. Eddie Garofalo is the base for the embezzlement charges according to Wetpaint on January 10.

The latest season of “Mob Wives” started off with the tale of the alleged embezzlement. Alicia was in a Brooklyn court on Monday to receive her sentencing for the crime of embezzlement through a trucking company she owned with her husband, Eddie Garofalo.

Garofalo is already incarcerated. He’s also to be rumored through the “Mob Wives” channels to be a mob enforcer.

Thankfully for DiMichele the judge wasn’t ready to make his decision in the ongoing trial.

“The judge postponed my sentencing because my restitution issue is not yet resolved,” Alicia shared. “Therefore, she cannot sentence me until that part is settled. They think maybe some time in March I’ll be sentenced, but they are not sure. I am beyond frustrated.”

The restitution, according to Wepaint is the $20k the prosecutors are asking Alicia to return for the funds she plead guilty to embezzling. Prosecutors are also looking for $96k for the $8k per episode she’s earned for the 12 episodes ordered on her “Mob Wives” contract.

What do you think about the judge postponing the decision? Do you feel Alicia DiMichelle should have to pay money off her “Mob Wives” contract? Sound off in the comments below.

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