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Mob Wives Recap: The Big, Big Betrayal

March 25, 2012 06:18 PM by Shayla Perry

Tonight on an explosive new episode of VH1‘s Mob Wives, it’s time for Junior to return to jail, but in a surprising twist, it’s Renee‘s father, Anthony “TG” Graziano who ends up behind bars. Find out how all the drama began, why Junior betrayed Renee and her family, and more highlights from this week’s show after the jump.

This week on Mob Wives, with Drita now single, she’s ready to start having some fun, and goes for  night out on the town with Carla, except, her approach to picking up guys needs a little work. Punching them in the chest to see if they can take a hit really isn’t the best way to go.

Luckily for the guys at the club, Drita decides to leave early when an old friend of Lee’s recognizes her.

Meanwhile, Renee is at home helping Junior prepare for his upcoming sentencing, but she notices that there’s been a distance between the two of them lately. Junior blames it all on Renee’s bad attitude.

Later, Renee goes out with Ramona, and says that she agrees that it’s her fault that the relationship has been strained lately. Renee is also upset about her relationship with her father, who doesn’t speak to her, but has remained close to her son and Junior.

After Junior leaves to check in with his parole officer the next morning, Renee is feeling hopeful that they’re going to be able to work things out, but is surprised when he doesn’t come home on time, and finds a letter from him instead.

Karen and Renee’s friend Nikole come to the house to comfort her, but Renee quickly starts to unravel.

After Karen leaves, Renee makes a call to her cousin who’s at her father’s house, and hears that the police are there taking him as well.

It’s what she learns in next week’s episode, however, that really sets Renee off.

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  1. patty Says:
    March 25th, 2012 at 9:34 pm

    Dam my heart breaks for Renee right now getting this news about Jr and the bank robbery’s and then taking her father back to prison he is 71 yrs old……..OMG….. My son is in Fed Prison for bank robbery during this time he seen something terrible and the ppl who did it knew it so they had to put him PC and he has been transfered and still in PC now the Feds had him on tape so they know he seen it so they took him before the Grand Jury in the mean they put him in a dention holding place for the Fed”s and he said something about the nasty food so they put in him the whole no mattterss, shoes, blanket and laying on a conrete floor…. Dam I have been on the phone w/the U.S. Marshalls & Fed’s all they said was they wanted him moved as bad as he wanted to be moved to back where he was…. is this the freaking way the Fed’s think they are helping I sure in hell don’t think so. I told them he is no dam dog get real then they told me they would call the Attorney General to see if they were done with him…… I wouldn’t help the Fed’s for nothing they turn on you every time it is all about them…… You go Renee this show “ROCKS”

  2. jan pomponi Says:
    March 26th, 2012 at 8:56 am

    Love the show. I am Italian from S.Philly, and can relate to the girls and their emotion. I love the music, it features new and raw talent. Is this show all reality? I can’t imagine why they all pick on Drita. I like her and Carla and get a kick out of Big Ang. Who is so funny. This show is big. My son lived in VA beach, and we went out to eat. And the Waitress said where are you from? NY? Because we were Italian. She said I watch the Mob Wives and love it. I have to say, we do take care of our kids and still cook a good meal for the family.

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