December 06, 2013 06:00 PM by Suzy Kerr
Is anyone out there really surprised that an event where the entire cast of Mob Wives was present resulted in a huge brawl? Didn’t think so. Still, it wasn’t your standard melee, with people trash talking and shoving one another, and maybe a few punches being thrown. Rather, the fight that broke out at the reality show’s season premiere party involved all that and more, from flying bottles to broken bones.
The premiere party, which was SUPPOSED to be a celebratory event hailing the show’s 4th season, turned ugly when things got heated between a new cast member’s boyfriend and another guest. Newbie Natalie Guercio’s man got into verbal altercation with someone else at the party.Things quickly escalated, however, and several more people got involved in the not-so-friendly discussion. Before Big Ang and the rest of the cast could say F**K DIS SH*T!,ten people were full-on fighting. A source at the scene said that glass bottles were being hurled across the room, and one person allegedly even suffered a broken ankle.
At least one partygoer showed evidence of functioning brain cells, however, because a 911 call was placed just before 11 p.m.By the time the cops arrived, though, the fight had already broken up and there was no one to arrest. Possible Broken Ankle Person was transported to the hospital and thus concluded the happy gathering to ring in season 4 of Mob Wives.
Fun Fact: The venue where the party was held, Greenhouse in NYC, is right next to the place where Chris Brown and Drake famously brawled last year. Note to self: never attend a party at that location*.
*Unless Big Ang is acting as my personal bodyguard.
So what do you think about the massive fight at the Mob Wives premiere party? Is it a sign of what’s to come on the next season? Let us know in the comments!
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