Guercio on "Nightmare" Nightclub Attack on Boyfriend London

Natalie Guercio

It wasn't a mob attack, which most of us knew all along, and it didn't involve the VH1 reality show, which some of us aren't so sure about.

Mob Wives” star Natalie Guercio, a single mom, recently gave a Fox News affiliate the downlow on the attack on her boyfriend at a Brooklyn nightclub. (We also have a point to make about "rats" afterward.)

The attack apparently was unprecipitated and came from out of nowhere, Guercio said. "We went out and somebody attacked him. Somebody attacked him when he wasn’t looking and it was just a nightmare. It was gory. There was blood.




London Rene, her boyfriend, had been sliced on "his face. On his arm. As soon as London felt the slash he grabbed [his attacker] and put him down on the ground and was holding his hands, and while he was holding his hands he was slicing him all over. So, he’s pretty cut up on his stomach and on his arm. You know, three inches down he would have bled to death right there and died. An inch over on his arm and he would have lost all feeling in his fingers, and if it went any deeper on his side. It was pretty bad."

As for how London is doing health-wise, Guercio said: "He’s still healing. He’s not 100 percent. I don’t think he’s going to be a 100 percent for a while.

Asked if the attack involved the Mafia [we have to laugh at how foolish some newspeople are], Guercio said:

"It has nothing to do with the mafia. It has nothing to do with the show. It’s just an animal. A jealous animal that did this. You know, right now our lawyers and everybody is handling it. I don’t want to talk too much about it because it’s London’s story, and he’ll be able to tell it."

Going further into her use of the word "jealous" the beautiful mob wife said: "There’s tons of jealousy. Tons. I get people telling me every day telling me they’re going to kill me, slice me. You know they blame me for what happened to London and that’s not the case. I play a character on a reality TV show. It’s TV.

"You gotta understand something. You have a problem and the problem gets magnified so you’re only concentrating on that one issue and that one problem, you're not looking at the happy moments. You’re not looking at mom on Sunday, family day. You’re not looking at that, but what they’re showing."

For the record, we have to state that, as for the show's she-said/she-said dynamic, there is really only one rat among all of them. (Now, we don't use the term "rat" like most people do. For us, the rat is the guy or gal who calls others rats, knowing of course that all along they too are the rat...)

And the Mob Wives rat, obviously, is Karen Gravano, who ran to Jerry Capeci when she was fired and blabbed all about what she thought was going on. She was wrong about that, too.

Gravano told Capeci that it was none other than Alicia DiMichele's husband, Edward "Tall Guy" Garofalo, who negotiated with the producers of the reality show to get his wife on Mob Wives.

Also, the Tall Guy, according to Gravano, was "figuring to be a major star" in the last season of the show, which clearly was not the case. But still, Gravano predicted that DiMichele and Garofalo's former marriage was supposedly the show's centerpiece."

That's right. She said that Garofalo "negotiated" to get his wife on the show -- and Karen and the others off, as Karen told Capeci.

As we noted, this is absurd on its face. Garofalo is a member of the violent Colombo crime family under volatile capo Teddy Persico. One of our deepest sources on the streets of New York has told us, "I don't like that crew. I just don't like them."

As we noted by way of Kenji Gallo who writes the Breakshot blog: "Now Eddie is going to be calling in on the reality show from prison.  I wonder what Teddy Persico, his Capo, thinks about that... every mob guy knows mob guys don’t go on TV.  It’s a secret society."

In fact, Kenji has been reporting on the Colombo crime family in recent weeks.

His latest focus is Vincent “Chickie” DeMartino, who "was fresh out of prison for a bank robbery conviction and he had just been inducted into the family. He had decided to stick with the rebel faction and he became one of their most ardent supporters.

"When the rebels decided to hit one of the Persico’s most dangerous Capos - Greg Scarpa, Chickie was on the hit team. Chickie was in the van that brought the shooters to Scarpa’s home. He charged out with the others but one of the men was nervous and his gun went off when they were getting out of the van. Greg Scarpa was able to drive away."

Comments

  1. She is right 'bout the rest of the cast being sea hags

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  2. They are some nasty ass bitch.s. As for her she is one fiesty girl and hot. Ranee should change her name to Randy she looks like a guy.philly

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  3. I used the term "train wrecks" but "Sea Hag" is a much more suitable title for them...especially that junkie, Renee Graziano.

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  4. Friggin mockery.

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  5. Listen there parents should be real proud of there daughters them democrat loving whores. Starting with Daddy Grazs two then karen who has one on each coast. And Natalie D ran a escort service. And Natalie G croses racial lines also. Never seen so many white loving democratic ho.s in my life. Grest learning tool for the kids this show. How to beat ur friends up and fuck democrats. Sickning if u adk me.Philly

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