Frank Gotti Agnello
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Frank "Frankie" Gotti Agnello (born April 12, 1990) is the youngest son of Carmine Agnello and Victoria Gotti, daughter of convicted mobster John Gotti. Besides his relation to the convicted mobster, Agnello is notable for his appearance on the A&E reality television series Growing Up Gotti, along with his bothers, Carmine Gotti Agnello and John Gotti Agnello.
Agnello was born in Long Island, New York. He is of mostly Italian descent, though his maternal grandmother was Jewish. Agnello is the author of Gotti Diet, a weight loss book directed at teenagers. Agnello lost over 80 pounds before the television show's premiere. He also operates his own business, "Gotti Tans", located on Jericho Turnpike in Huntington, New York. He reportedly plans to major in business management in college.
Growing Up Gotti, formerly a popular show on A&E Network, was cancelled at the end of 2005 for its decline in viewers. The first season was the highest rated show on A&E with 3.2 million viewers, but it slowly declined to 800,000 viewers by the end of season three.
On November 10, 2006, Agnello was pulled over by Suffolk County police in Dix Hills, New York and arrested on drug charges since OxyContin pills and marijuana were discovered in the car. Agnello is scheduled to be arraigned in Suffolk County Criminal Court in January.
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