“It’s loopy as a result of my mother at 19, I really feel like lived this life-style the place it was just like the glitz and the glamour of the mob — the great dinners — and her father was well-known,” the “Made In Staten Island” star advised Web page Six. “Me at 19 is like, I’m visiting my household in jail. I’m coping with the repercussions of it and that’s why I do know the place that life will get you.”
Karen, 46, is the daughter of the previous Gambino crime household’s Sammy “The Bull” Gravano. Sammy, 73, was sentenced to 20 years in jail, however was launched two years early in September 2017.
“I used to be dwelling the excessive lifetime of being a mob princess and I didn’t perceive something totally different,” Gravano added. “So particularly at the moment when my father went to jail, I needed to be a part of that life-style despite the fact that I didn’t perceive it. I simply didn’t need to lose what I had as a result of that’s all I’ve ever identified.”
“Karina has seen the opposite aspect of it … all she’s ever identified is jail visits and holidays with out relations that you simply love. So we’re in two completely totally different paths however I believe we have been each affected by the approach to life that our households have been into as a result of it pushed us to need to go in numerous instructions.”
“Made In Staten Island” premieres Jan. 14 at 10 p.m. ET on MTV.