John Gotti Jr. returned to the NYC court scene —his past three trials have ended in mistrial, but the feds are still going after him—and was remanded without bail. The Daily News reports, "Manhattan Federal Judge Kevin Castel cited government claims that Gotti ordered three murders and oversaw a multimillion dollar cocaine trafficking network in Queens as reason for keeping the mob scion locked up ahead of his Sept. 14 trial date," and added Gotti "might have had a better shot if he stole $50 billion." Well, Gotti did manage to have the trial moved from Florida to NYC, so you win some, you lose some. The Teflon Don's son told Castel he was feeling "pretty good" except for a kidney stone issue. Junior also apologized, via his lawyer, to Castel for wearing prison garb and showing off a tattoo, but the judge said, "I'm familiar with the dress code of the place where he resides."