If you’re looking for an evening of sexy scandal mixed with international crime, Mob Wives is the show to watch. It’s as if Real Housewives met CSI—and it works! New cast member Love Majewski brings a lot of fire to the show, and confessed a lot of drama—and a few crimes, to Star Magazine, print edition February 11, 2013.
“I have stabbed, shot, and poisoned men for doing unacceptable things like cheating or hitting,” Love admitted, “but they would take me back in a second.” How’s that for romance? New York Post reported that Love spent 4 years in Israel to avoid testifying during an exe’s trial after a round of car burglaries. She’s made a name for herself in the cosmetics world, and has been personal makeup artist to Sharon Osbourne!
Love isn’t a stranger to the Mob Wives family, and has been edited out in past seasons. Now, she’s a fully fledged cast member, and describes her role as a buffer between Drita D’Avanzo and Karen Gravano.
Despite her scandalous past, Love is ready to settle down. She’s dated men on both sides of the law, including Chris Paciello who testified against Bonanno family members, and Ray Merolle, whose grand theft auto has inspired movies.
“I’ve been engaged six times,” Love muses. “Never married.” But it’s never too late, and Love is proud to have lived life on her own terms and is finally ready to attach herself to someone—forever. “I’m 40 now and ready to settle down,” she confided. Will she find a new man on this season of the show—or just act as human buffer to the insane fights the other ladies get into? Are you happy she’s on the cast? We hope she won’t have to use such violent means to teach her new boyfriends their manners—or is a little arsenic in the wine permissible?