'Mob Wives' Season 6: Drita D'Avanzo The Target Of Originals, Natalie Guercio Leaving?

Season 6 of VH1's Mob Wives is apparently already underway. On Friday, Reality Ashhole reported that the cast for the new season has already been mostly decided, with Renee Graziano, Karen Gravano, Angela "Big Ang" Raiola, and Drita D'Avanzo returning for another season. Carla Facciolo, who was gone for season 4, but made a few appearances on season 5, will also be returning. According to a source who spoke to the site, Natalie DiDonato, who had major drama with Natalie Guercio on season 6, wasn't asked back.

"The girls that will for sure be on the show are Drita, Karen, Carla, Renee, and Ang. Natalie Didonato was not asked back."
As for Natalie G.'s future on the show, it seems that it's still undecided.
"Some of the girls have been told Natalie Guercio won't be back on the show, but nobody from the show or VH1 has mentioned anything to Natalie."
The source also told Reality Ashhole that the women have it in for Drita.
"All the girls hate Drita and want to have a whole season dedicated to calling her out and telling lies on camera so the viewers can turn on her. They were all pissed at her last season (including Jenn) so they've been masterminding since season 5 wrapped to go after her."
On season 5, likely to the surprise of many viewers since Drita and Carla seemed to be such good friends in previous seasons, Drita seemed less than thrilled when Carla popped up. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Carla later accused Drita of being a fake friend all along.

Drita D'Avanzo gave some credence to the report by retweeting a link to the article. When a fan asked Drita, whom she hoped would get her own show, if she really is coming back for Mob Wives season 6, Drita seemed to confirm that she's doing two shows.

Even if Natalie Guercio doesn't return to Mob Wives, people may still see her on TV. On Thursday, she tweeted a photo of herself on a production set and said that she has "big things happening." She also tweeted about auditions, making it clear that she wants to be more than a reality TV star.
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