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Stephen M. Silverman
May 12, 2009 07:00 AM

A New York State Appellate Court ruling may cost Victoria Gotti her Long Island mansion – the five-bedroom, 5½-bath white brick residence familiar to viewers of her 2004 Growing Up Gotti reality show

“I’m bitter,” the daughter of late Mob boss John Gotti tells Newsday. “The house, all the marital assets, are part of a divorce package [from ex-husband, Carmine Agnello], I have never seen yet.”

A lower court decision in 2007 called a foreclosure on the property by JPMorgan Chase premature, and a Brooklyn appeals court reversed that ruling last week – as well as approved a plan to appoint a referee to coordinate the sale of the nearly $4.2 million residence.

Gotti, 46, owes $650,000 to her lender, reports the New York Post. As the so-called Mafia princess tells the paper, “This should finally put to rest all the government lies and rumors that I have $200 million buried in my backyard.”

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