Joe Bruno: Jen Graziano Says She Smelled a Rat

Pagan wanted a larger role on
Mob Wives, as did the FBI.
Damage control has begun for the producers of "Mob Wives." Read this piece from Joe Bruno on the Mob:

Jennifer Graziano, the creator of the VH1 TV Show Mob Wives had her “Duh” moment in her recent interview with the New York Post. Jennifer G. told the Post she should have known her ex-brother-in-law Hector “Junior” Pagan was a rat, when he seemed overly interested in appearing on her show.

When Jennifer G. asked Pagan, before the second season of Mob Wives, if he really wanted to be on the show, he eagerly said yes.

“It’ll ruin you on the street,” Jenifer G. told Pagan.

“No,” Pagan replied. “I don’t care about that anymore. I want to be in it.” (the FBI wanted Pagan to be in it too; wired for sound, of course)

“I should have known then that something was wrong,” Jennifer told the Post.

No spit, Sherlock.

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