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Mobster John Gotti Jr. to Make Film and Write Book About His Life With Dad

John Gotti Jr./cbs news

John Gotti Jr./cbs news

By Allan Lengel

Mobster John Gotti Jr., who escaped prison after mistrials were declared in four straight trials in New York, is off to make some doe the legitimate way.

The website Deadline Hollywood reports that the Dapper Don Jr., the former chief of the Gambino crime family, wants to peddle his life story in a documentary film, a feature  film and a book.

The website said his story will be about what it was like to grow up with a famous mobster dad.

The website said Gotti is working with Triplicity Entertainment, a New York-based production company whose founders include attorney Tony D’Aiuto, one of the attorney’s who represented Gotti in his last trial.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office announced in January that it would not go after Gotti in a fifth trial. Jurors in the previous four trials deadlocked and mistrials were declared. Gotti had been charged with racketeering and having a hand in murder.

“He’s willing to go all the way, revealing as much as possible without hurting anyone who’s still involved in the street life,” attorney D’Aiuto told Deadline Hollywood.


Fed Judge Tells Prosecutors to Put Up or Shut Up in Gotti Mob Case

John Gotti Jr./youtube
John Gotti Jr./youtube

There’s still a big public fascination with the Gotti family. But the judge isn’t so fascinated to the point that he’s willing to move forward without more evidence on the table.

By Thomas Zambito
New York Daily News
NEW YORK –A Manhattan judge is giving John A. (Junior) Gotti’s prosecutors a week to put up or shut up.

During a pre-trial hearing Wednesday, Federal Judge Kevin Castel quizzed Assistant U.S. Attorney Elie Honig on why he hasn’t offered details of crimes the mob scion allegedly committed in the five years before his 2008 indictment.

“Is that it?” Castel prodded the prosecutor.

The feds say that during the 1980s and early 1990s, the Dapper Don’s kid had a hand in three gangland slayings and trafficked in drugs.

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