Renee Graziano, star of the VH1 reality show "Mob Wives" and daughter of imprisoned mafia man Anthony "TG" Graziano, entered rehab Monday, according to the New York Post.
Graziano was reportedly abusing pills, though she "was clean when she went in on Monday."
The reality star's rep went on to tell Page Six that, "Although Renee Graziano has been admitted to a rehabilitation center, it is not for any current drug or alcohol use of any kind. Her choice to enter rehab was made entirely on her own. She has made this decision for the betterment of her son AJ [Pagan]’s life, as well as to improve her physical, mental and spiritual health."
"I remember the day I gave up drinking because that was the day that my father was arrested," she told The Huffington Post in February.
Graziano has had a difficult year after her ex-husband gave information to authorities that landed her father in prison.
The 41-year-old is currently in treatment at Miami's Transitions drug and alcohol rehab center. But Graziano isn't alone in her journey. She is reportedly taking a camera crew along for the ride.
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