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One of the "Growing Up Gotti" boys is officially off the market!

John Gotti Agnello, the 28-year-old son of Victoria Gotti and Carmine Agnello, married his longtime girlfriend, Alina Sanchez, over the weekend at Oheka Castle in Long Island.

The lavish wedding of John Gotti’s grandson would have made the Dapper Don proud: Guests were shaken down for minimum gifts of ,000 and gangsters had to stagger their appearances to avoid unlawful contact with fellow criminals, The Post has learned.

In a scene straight out of “The Godfather,” well-wishers arriving at John Agnello’s wedding last weekend deposited their envelopes in an “elegant birdcage” by the door, sources said.

According to federal prosecutors, Junior was inducted into the Gambino crime family in 1988 and was named a caporegime (captain) in 1990—making him, reportedly, the youngest capo in the Gambino family's history.

Though Junior was a defendant in four racketeering trials, the trials all ended in mistrials, earning Junior yet another nickname, Teflon Jr., as no conviction would 'stick'.

Agnello could have faced a lengthy prison sentence had he been convicted on the original charges in an August 2015 indictment.

Agnello's deal calls for him to pay 0,000 to cover the cost of the investigation into his business practices in Cleveland.

The elder Gotti was a Gotham tabloid fixture known as the Dapper Don for his impeccable designer suits, and also the Teflon Don for all the times the federal government came at him and failed to get a conviction.

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Prosecutors also agreed to give one of his associates heavy equipment seized during the investigation and a shotgun found during a search of Agnello's upscale home in the Cleveland suburb of Bentleyville.

Then-Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Tim Mc Ginty and Cleveland police made a big splash after Agnello's arrest in July 2015 for what he and others said was a scam that involved weighing down stolen vehicles with sand and dirt before selling them to a scrap yard.