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* ''Videogame/{{Skullgirls}}'': One of the protagonists ([[spoiler:Filia, of course]]) is the amnesiac, missing scion of the Medici crime family.


* The plot of ''Manga/{{Nisekoi}}'' kicks off when the Yakuza Prince Raku and the Mafia Princess Chitoge had to fake dating to prevent an all-out gang war. [[spoiler: They end up falling in love for real.]]

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* The plot of ''Manga/{{Nisekoi}}'' kicks off when the Yakuza {{Yakuza}} Prince Raku and the Mafia Princess MafiaPrincess Chitoge had to [[TheBeard fake dating dating]] to prevent an [[MobWar all-out gang war.war]]. [[spoiler: They end up falling in love for real.]]

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* ''Manga/KaguyaSamaLoveIsWar'' has Momo Ryuju, whose parents are the head of the Ryujugumi. She appears to have a [[SitcomArchNemesis natural enmity]] with the KendoTeamCaptain (whose father is the Superintendent General of the metropolitan police) and once threatened to kill Karen and Erika [[IResembleThatRemark because they implied that she'd have them killed for angering her just because her parents are yakuza]].

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* In ''[[https://archiveofourown.org/works/14997911/chapters/34760702 The Horsewomen Of Las Vegas]]'', Wrestling/CharlotteFlair was originally one. She didn't learn about "the family business" until she was 16, when she was denied a spot on the US Olympic Equestrian team "because of her last name". After that, she sought to distance herself from it by focusing on school work, going to medical school and planning on becoming a doctor. However, her father, Wrestling/RicFlair, recruited her to become head of the family when it became clear his son, David, didn't have the skills to be an effective leader. Charlotte accepted the role [[spoiler: when she found out her best friend (Santana Garrett) and her fiancee (Wrestling/ShaneDouglas) were undercover FBI agents.]]


* Lola Palooza from ''ComicBook/CherryComics''.

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* Lola Palooza from ''ComicBook/CherryComics''.'' Cherry Comics''.



* Penelope Ann-Miller's character in ''Film/TheFreshman1990''.

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* Penelope Ann-Miller's character in ''Film/TheFreshman1990''.1990's ''The Freshman''.



* In ''Time to Depart'', by Creator/LindseyDavis, crime boss Balbinus Pius is given 'time to depart'-- he is exiled from Rome and its territories. However, a power vacuum creates in his absence, and a new boss emerges-- his son-in-law, married to his daughter, the Mafia Princess Balbina Milvia, who ends up having an affair with the main character's best friend... who happens to be the guy who exiled her father. Oops. He almost loses his job, and his life at that.

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* In ''Time to Depart'', by Creator/LindseyDavis, Lindsey Davis, crime boss Balbinus Pius is given 'time to depart'-- he is exiled from Rome and its territories. However, a power vacuum creates in his absence, and a new boss emerges-- his son-in-law, married to his daughter, the Mafia Princess Balbina Milvia, who ends up having an affair with the main character's best friend... who happens to be the guy who exiled her father. Oops. He almost loses his job, and his life at that.



* In the second book of the ''A World of Wonder'' series, Renata discovers [[spoiler:Arcana Academy's resident bullies, Felix and Fortune Quicksilver]] are most ''[[HateSink certainly]]'' SpoiledBrat examples.



* Akira Mimasaka's little sisters in the j-Drama continuity of ''Series/HanaYoriDango''. Also, Akira himself could possibly be considered a male version of the trope; while he knows his parents are Yakuza bosses, he never seems to suffer any negative consequences or have any participation in the less palatable aspects of the family business and has large enough prestige and access to money and luxury goods to make him one of the four most wealthy and powerful students at a school that (with one exception) has no students that ''aren't'' fabulously rich.

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* Akira Mimasaka's little sisters in the j-Drama continuity of ''Series/HanaYoriDango''.''Manga/HanaYoriDango''. Also, Akira himself could possibly be considered a male version of the trope; while he knows his parents are Yakuza bosses, he never seems to suffer any negative consequences or have any participation in the less palatable aspects of the family business and has large enough prestige and access to money and luxury goods to make him one of the four most wealthy and powerful students at a school that (with one exception) has no students that ''aren't'' fabulously rich.

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** Implied in an episode of ''Series/LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit''. After a young woman is raped, her large, imposing father with a {{Joisey}} accent shows up at the police station furious and ranting that he never should have let her leave home. Later, he and two other men in tracksuits start attacking possible suspects on the street. Itís never stated that heís a mafioso, but he fits a lot of the cliches.


* Penelope Ann-Miller's character in ''Film/TheFreshman''.

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* Penelope Ann-Miller's character in ''Film/TheFreshman''.''Film/TheFreshman1990''.


* Rosalie Carbone, one of ''[[ComicBook/ThePunisher the Punisher's]]'' recurring enemies, is this for the Carbone crime family, and she's every bit vested in the group's underworld interests. As Frank describes her in one of the promotional pieces for ''ComicBook/SuicideRun'': "Rosalie Carbone: mafia princess. Looks good, but she's bad."

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* Rosalie Carbone, one of ''[[ComicBook/ThePunisher [[ComicBook/ThePunisher the Punisher's]]'' Punisher's]] recurring enemies, is this for the Carbone crime family, and she's every bit vested in the group's underworld interests. As Frank describes her in one of the promotional pieces for ''ComicBook/SuicideRun'': "Rosalie Carbone: mafia princess. Looks good, but she's bad."


* Rosalie Carbone, one of ''[[ComicBook/ThePunisher the Punisher's]] recurring enemies, is this for the Carbone crime family, and she's every bit vested in the group's underworld interests. As Frank describes her in one of the promotional pieces for ''ComicBook/SuicideRun'': "Rosalie Carbone: mafia princess. Looks good, but she's bad."

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* Rosalie Carbone, one of ''[[ComicBook/ThePunisher the Punisher's]] Punisher's]]'' recurring enemies, is this for the Carbone crime family, and she's every bit vested in the group's underworld interests. As Frank describes her in one of the promotional pieces for ''ComicBook/SuicideRun'': "Rosalie Carbone: mafia princess. Looks good, but she's bad."

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* Rosalie Carbone, one of ''[[ComicBook/ThePunisher the Punisher's]] recurring enemies, is this for the Carbone crime family, and she's every bit vested in the group's underworld interests. As Frank describes her in one of the promotional pieces for ''ComicBook/SuicideRun'': "Rosalie Carbone: mafia princess. Looks good, but she's bad."


** Shui Long, TheEvilGenius from Hakuron's FiveBadBand, was one of the sons of a Triad leader... and TheUnfavorite of the group.

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** Shui Long, TheEvilGenius from Hakuron's FiveBadBand, working for Hakuron, was one of the sons of a Triad leader... and TheUnfavorite of the group.


* The villainess Madame Masque of ''IronMan'' and ''Comicbook/TheAvengers'' fame was raised by another family on orders of her father, the ''Film/JamesBond''-esque international crime boss Count Nefaria largely because he couldn't be bothered to raise a child. But in an subversion of this, once her adopted father died, Nefaria came calling and forced his daughter to serve as his right hand (wo)man, going so far as to out her true parentage to her politician fiancé, who dumped Madam Masque upon learning his soon to be bride's true parentage.

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* The villainess Madame Masque of ''IronMan'' ''ComicBook/IronMan'' and ''Comicbook/TheAvengers'' fame was raised by another family on orders of her father, the ''Film/JamesBond''-esque international crime boss Count Nefaria largely because he couldn't be bothered to raise a child. But in an subversion of this, once her adopted father died, Nefaria came calling and forced his daughter to serve as his right hand (wo)man, going so far as to out her true parentage to her politician fiancé, who dumped Madam Masque upon learning his soon to be bride's true parentage.


* As a part of the SettingUpdate, ''Manga/MangeShakespeare'' makes both Romeo and Juliet children of rival yakuza leaders.

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* As a part of the SettingUpdate, ''Manga/MangeShakespeare'' ''Manga/MangaShakespeare'' makes both Romeo and Juliet children of rival yakuza leaders.

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* As a part of the SettingUpdate, ''Manga/MangeShakespeare'' makes both Romeo and Juliet children of rival yakuza leaders.

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