Lee D'Avanzo Net Worth

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Lee D'Avanzo Net Worth
Net Worth:
$500 Thousand

Lee D'Avanzo net worth: Lee D'Avanzo is an American mobster who has a net worth of $500 thousand dollars. Lee D'Avanzo ran the New Springville Boys, who functioned under the Bonnano and Colombo Crime Families. He dated the daughter of Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano, Karen Gravano for seven years, and the pair lived together for a time. He subsequently fell in love with her friend, Drita D'Avanzo, and married her. They went on to have two children together. Drita D'Avanzo began appearing on the popular reality series, "Mob Wives" in the spring of 2011, while Lee D'Avanzo was in jail serving time for his second bank robbery conviction. The show focuses on a small group of women whose husbands or boyfriends are mobsters who are incarcerated. The program began airing its third season in January 2013. Lee D'Avanzo recently made headlines, when he was released from prison, and "Mob Wives" viewers were able to finally see him. During the time he was in prison, Drita allegedly dated a man named Marc. It wasn't just a fling either, Drita and Marc were supposedly a couple for more than three years. Upon his release from prison Lee ALLEGEDLY had had Marc beatup so badly he was forced to go to the hospital for two weeks!

Lee D'Avanzo

Lee D'Avanzo Net Worth

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Mob Wives, renamed Mob Wives: New Blood for the fourth season, is an American reality television series on VH1 that made its debut April 17, 2011. It follows a group of Staten Island women after their husbands or fathers are arrested and imprisoned for crimes connected to th...
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