According to several confirmed reports, Mob Wives regular and her allegedly mafia-linked hubby were acquitted on all drug and gun charges on Friday.

Even though the raid on the Staten Island home of Drita and Lee D’Avanzo on December 20 of last year yielded two loaded guns, several pounds of marijuana and some pain killers, the couple’s combined 17 felony and misdemeanor charges all were dropped on Friday, according to the district attorney.

The suspected mafioso Lee D’Avanzo still could possibly be facing a federal charge for possession of a weapon by a felon. D’Avanzo, who served time for bank robbery, was arraigned in the Eastern District of New York on the indictment Monday, where he pleaded not guilty, according to court records and his attorney.

Drita starred in the VH1 reality-TV show Mob Wives that was canceled in 2016 after six seasons.

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Her husband is accused of “leading the Bonanno and Colombo crime family farm team,” according to her biography page.