The late John Gotti’s namesake grandson shunned a plea deal during his Queens court appearance on drug charges Wednesday.
Prosecutor David Chiang offered the accused prescription drug peddler 12 years in prison and five years post release supervision.
The 23-year-old faces anywhere from 15 to 25 years-to-life in prison, if convicted on the felony charges.
But his attorney, Gerard Marrone, poo-pooed the deal as he left court.
“That’s rejected, we are not taking that,” he said dismissively, before adding that if the offers don’t improve his client will be headed for trial.
The notorious mobster’s son, Peter Gotti, called the DA’s offer “disgraceful.”
“End of story, please,” the elder Gotti said with a waive of his hand.
The well-muscled mob-offspring was collared in August after cops descended upon his late grandfather’s Howard Beach home, and discovered a cache of money and drugs.
He was arrested just two months prior after authorities allegedly found a Gucci bag stuffed with more than 200 Oxycodone pills and other drugs in his car console.
Gotti will return to court Jan. 25.