Mob Wives reality star’s fiance is sentenced to 15 years in prison after being found guilty of dealing cocaineRamona Rizzo’s fiance Joseph ‘Joe Boy’ Sclafani, 47, received the sentence on Friday after pleading guilty to distributing cocaineHe was shipped off in handcuffs while Rizzo watched at Brooklyn Federal CourtThe alleged member of the Gambino crime family was arrested in 2011Rizzo was planning to tie the knot with Sclafani in a wedding with more than 500 guests, even though the groom would have been in jail
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I haven’t watched this “reality” show and I can’t imagine why anyone would want to watch it. I also don’t watch Jerry Springer either, or Judge Judy, or Judge Joe Brown or Judge Alex…and I for one can’t see the “draw” of watching these dysfunctional people tell their tales of abusing one another, or peer into the lives of women who have two or even three, or more, candidates for being the father of their children. Just reading about the four female prison guards who all got pregnant by the same incarcerated gangster while at their jobs is enough to make me puke!
Jeffrey Dahmer who was the serial killer who ate his victims was murdered in prison when he was released into general population. After his death it was found that he had pen-pal romantic relationships with fourteen women who each thought he was “in love” with her and wanted to marry her. He had also conned a minister into thinking he had “found Jezus” in prison, who wrote a book about his conversion, but the poor minister in the end, mentioned about the letters to the women, not realizing that the manipulation of the women was just another indication that Dahmer was a psychopath, and that he too had been manipulated in order to entertain Dahmer’s “duping delight” in putting one over on someone, anyone.
It pains me to read the heart breaking stories about women who do “life on the outside” without any possibility of “parole” waiting their lives away “loving” some psychopathic con wo/man. Yet, I did just that very thing myself…I spent nearly 20 years “waiting” for the day my “loving son” would emerge from prison and we all lived happily ever after. It was only his pride in his crime that finally broke through my thick layer of denial and made me see the light. There’s a difference between loyalty and stupidity…I finally found the line in the dirt. Shame on the media for glamorizing these monsters and mobsters.