This week’s ‘Mob Wives’ took viewers on an emotional roller coaster, as Renee coped with losing two of the most important men in her life, only to learn the love of her life ratted on her father. Could you believe it?
The April 1 episode of Mob Wives picked up right where last week’s heartbreaking episode left off. Just hours after learning her ex-husband, Junior Pagan, turned himself in to the Feds without saying goodbye, Renee Graziano was doing anything to keep from falling apart after hearing her father get arrested over the phone. “I can’t save my family,” she said. “I feel so helpless.”
Renee reveals to HollywoodLife.com exclusively how her 17-year-old son AJ advised her on how to approach rekindling her romance with his dad Junior: ‘He didn’t want to see his mother cry.’
During the Jan. 15 episode of Mob Wives, Renee Graziano finally got her ex-husband Junior Pagan to admit that he had caused their marriage to fail by cheating on her. Renee broke down in tears and finally forgave him. They then decided to become an official couple again. But while Renee and Junior were rekindling their romance, their 17-year-old son AJ Pagan was nervous about the situation because he didn’t want to see his mother get hurt again.
Renee finally gets the apology that she’s always wanted from Junior. Watch.
At the end of Jan. 8 episode of Mob Wives, Renee Graziano had a serious talk with her ex-husband Junior Pagan — and they decided to try and get back together. During the upcoming Jan. 15 episode, Junior takes Renee to a nice dinner so that they can spend some time talking. But during this emotional dinner, Junior finally admits that he is the reason their marriage fell apart. Read More & Watch Video!
AJ is hurt to be seeing his dad Junior locked up again — and doesn’t want this life for himself! He instead wants to go to college and become an engineer!
Mob Wives star Renee Graziano’s son AJ Pagan, 17, plans to far away from the family business. “I’m never joining the lifestyle,” AJ tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively. It’s “not even on my mind.”