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'Mob Wives' Alicia DiMichele reacts to her embezzlement sentencing postponement

"Mob Wives" star Alicia DiMichele is ready to move on with her life, good or bad, so the postponement of her sentencing on her embezzlement charges is not something that she wanted. On Friday, Jan. 10, All About The Real Housewives reported on Alicia's explanation and reaction to this new development in her case.

Bethenny Hosts the Mob Wives Cast at the CBS Broadcast Center on January 8, 2014 in New York City.
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“The judge postponed my sentencing because my restitution issue is not yet resolved. 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," she told AllAboutTRH.

Alicia is charged with embezzling funds from the trucking company that she co-owned and ran with her husband, Edward "Tall Guy" Garofalo Jr. Edward is already in prison for conspiracy to commit murder and witness tampering. Alicia's attorney claims that the restitution payments that the government wants, $20,000, is "both inappropriate and vastly excessive."

Alicia hasn't been shy about talking about her case on "Mob Wives." She has said during her confessionals that she thought she was doing the accounting for the business right and that she only pleaded guilty to get a lighter sentence.

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