NEW YORK --
An appeals court has cleared the way for a lender to foreclose on Victoria Gotti's Long Island mansion - the same home once used in the "Growing Up Gotti" reality show. A lower court had found in 2007 that a foreclosure on the property by JPMorgan Chase was premature. The appeals court in Brooklyn reversed the decision last week. It also approved a plan to appoint a referee to coordinate the sale of the home in Old Westbury.
The New York Post reports that the daughter of the "Dapper Don" John Gotti owes $650,000 on the house after failing to make all the $25,000-a-month payments.
Gotti couldn't be reached for comment Monday. Her mother, also named Victoria, told the Post that her daughter's "creep" ex-husband was to blame.
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