Grandson of Mob Boss John Gotti Arrested on Drug-Dealing Charges

Grandson of Mob Boss John Gotti Arrested on Drug-Dealing Charges

John Gotti, the namesake grandson of the late “Teflon Don” crime boss, was busted early Thursday on drug charges in Queens, law enforcement sources told The Post.

The 23-year-old Gotti and another unnamed defendant were collared for peddling Oxycodone and other controlled pharmaceuticals in Howard Beach and Ozone Park during the last 12 months, according to the same source.

The duo were hauled away to the 113th Precinct station house, where they remained Thursday morning, the source said.

Gotti’s been arrested before on various offenses dealing with marijuana and painkillers.

Gotti’s famous granddad of the same name led the Gambino crime family and skated from federal authorities for decades, earning his rap-beating moniker.

The Teflon Don was finally convicted of racketeering and murder in 1992 and died in prison in 2002 at age 61.

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