The former moll of indicted Columbian mob boss Reynold Maragni wants to bail on the $2.5 million bond she posted for him last year after learning he had turned sides, according to the New York Daily News.

Kim Juliano, 39, filed a letter of complaint with the Brooklyn Federal Court last month after news was released that her former paramour had turned into an informant for the FBI.

Maragni was arrested in last year's takedown of 100 of the mob's leading gangsters. 

Bail was granted after Maragni claimed he suffered from three types of cancers that could not be treated in the Brooklyn jail. After his release, he was restricted to Juliano's home with the exception of medical emergencies and travels to see his doctors in Florida.