John ‘Junior’ Gotti’s wife, daughter shoot down plea deals that would place them in anger management after wild LI youth basketball brawl

John ‘Junior’ Gotti’s wife, daughter shoot down plea deals that would place them in anger management after wild LI youth basketball brawl

It was an offer they could refuse.

John “Junior” Gotti’s wife and daughter shot down plea deals that would’ve put them in anger management to settle charges that they sparked a wild brawl at a Long Island youth basketball game.

Kimberly Gotti, 55, and 23-year-old Gianna Gotti refused an offer to plead guilty to assault charges in exchange for 12 weeks of anger management and an order of protection for the victim, the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office said Wednesday.

The pair were charged with attacking a woman at a Locust Valley High School game in Lattingtown on Feb. 8 after the victim shouted insults at Kimberly’s son, Joe, who was playing for visiting Oyster Bay High School, according to authorities and court records.

The victim suffered “substantial pain to her scalp and bruises to both sides of her face,” according to a complaint filed in Nassau County First District Court.

Gianna Gotti, 23.

Gianna Gotti, 23, the daughter of John Gotti Jr., was charged with assault after a fight at a Long Island youth basketball game. giannagotti/Instagram

John Jr. and Kimberly Gotti.

John Gotti Jr. and his wife, Kimberly Gotti, who was charged with assault at a yough basektball game lastmonth. John Gotti/Instagram

The Gottis’ attorney blamed the blowup on the victim, telling The Post last month that she threw the first punch and was “badgering” Kimberly’s youngest son.

The lawyer, Gerard Michael Marrone, also denied his client used a homophobic slur.  

He said after the incident that Gianna, a professional basketball player who played for Brooklyn College before signing with a team in Portugal, stepped in to break up the brawl and help her mom after she was slugged in the face by the alleged victim.

But he said both Gottis declined to press charges against the woman when cops arrived.

“The Gottis don’t press charges,” Marrone said after the pair was arraigned last month.

Instead, they were arrested and charged.

Marrone did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Wednesday.

Kimberly Gotti is the daughter-in-law of the late mafia boss “Dapper Don” John Gotti — who infamously took over the Gambino crime family by ordering the mob hit of boss Paul Castellano outside Sparks Steak House in 1985.

Gianna Gotti, 23.

John Gotti’s granddaughter, Gianna, 23, turned down a plea deal to settle assault charges from a fight at a youth basketball game on Long Island last month. giannagotti/Instagram

John Gotti.

The notorious “Teflon Don,” John Gotti, took over the Gambino crime family in 1985 by ordering a mob hit on boss Paul Castellano outside Sparks Steak House in Manhattan. He later died of cancer inside a federal prison. Getty Images

He died of throat cancer in federal prison.

John “Junior” Gotti, meanwhile, served six years and five months behind bars for racketeering.

The hulking Queens-bred mafia scion was the target of four federal trials between 2004 and 2009 — all of which ended in mistrials. Federal prosecutors said they would no longer seek cases against him.


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