Thomas “Tommy” Manzo has been discovered responsible of hiring mobster John Perna to violently assault ex-wife Dina Manzo‘s present husband, Dave Cantin, and paying him with a free wedding ceremony reception at The Brownstone, which he owns with Albert Manzo, husband of Caroline Manzo.

In keeping with a brand new report, U.S. Legal professional Philip R. Sellinger introduced the information on Tuesday, confirming that 59-year-old Tommy, who hails from Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, obtained the conviction following a two-and-a-half-week trial carried out by U.S. District Decide Susan D. Wigenton in a federal court docket in Newark.

RLS Media shared the information on June 4, revealing that Tommy, who married Dina in 2005 earlier than their 2012 break up, confronted expenses together with “committing a violent crime in aid of racketeering, conspiracy to commit such a crime resulting in serious injury, and falsifying and concealing documents related to a federal investigation.”

The report went on to share extra particulars from Legal professional Sellinger, who stated, “Thomas Manzo employed a member of the Lucchese Crime Family to carry out a brutal assault on his ex-wife’s then-boyfriend, inflicting serious injuries.”

“As determined by a unanimous jury, Manzo committed multiple crimes by providing a free wedding in exchange for the assault and subsequently concealing related documents. He will now face appropriate consequences for his actions,” he continued.

In the meantime, federal agent James E. Dennehy revealed that Tommy is dealing with “a substantial federal prison sentence.”

“He orchestrated a free wedding and hid the documents to cover his actions. While the details resemble a plot from a poor TV crime drama, the evidence and testimony confirmed it was reality. We hope the victims can move on and leave Manzo and his criminal associations behind,” Dennehy said.

As Actual Housewives of New Jersey followers might recall, Dave was brutally assaulted in July 2015 by John, a member of the Lucchese Crime Household, who in the end obtained a two-and-a-half-year sentence for the beating. He was then accused of hiding and falsifying paperwork associated to the occasion amid the investigation.

In keeping with RLS Media, Tommy is dealing with 20 years in jail and a $250,000 advantageous for the racketeering cost, three years in jail for the conspiracy cost, and 20 years and a $250,000 advantageous for falsifying and concealing paperwork associated to a federal investigation.

He’s anticipated to be sentenced on October 15, 2024.