From Sopranopedia - The Sopranos Encyclopedia
Victoria Gotti (born November 27, 1962 in Brooklyn, New York) is a daughter of the late mob boss John Gotti and his wife Victoria (often referred to as "Victoria Gotti, Sr."), and was the star of Growing Up Gotti on the A&E Network.
Victoria is Italian American on her father's side and her mother is a Russian-Jew and Italian. . She has three sons by her ex-husband, jailed mobster Carmine Agnello: Carmine Jr., John, and Frank. She also had a stillborn daughter, Justine, in 1985.
Victoria has a sister, Andrea Gotti (Who currently resides in South Africa) and two brothers, Peter and John A.. Another brother, Frank Gotti, died in 1980 in an automobile accident. John Favara, the driver of the vehicle involved, was abducted and killed, presumably in retaliation.
- The Senator's Daughter (1997)
- I'll Be Watching You (1998)
- Superstar (2000)
She claimed she had breast cancer in August 2005. However, after being accused of feigning her illness by some media outlets, she admitted soon after her initial announcement that she did not have full-blown cancer but rather had "precancerous cells" present in her breast. Her publicist, Matt Rich, quit after the breast cancer incident.
In 2006 Gotti published a cookbook, Hot Italian Dish which contains many Gotti family recipes for Italian food.