Ambra Angiolini considers suing Striscia. And he doesn’t go to the Book Fair: that’s why

Ambra Angiolini voluntarily deserted the Turin Book Fair, but after the controversy he is also considering a legal action against Strip the News. To report it is the Corriere della Sera.

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Ambra Angiolini, legal action against Striscia?

As reported by CorSera, the two lawyers of the Roman actress, Valeria De Vellis and Daniela Missaglia, have announced that they are ready to evaluate “every best initiative to protect their client in consideration of the illegitimate interference and consequent spectacularization of a private and painful affair by Mr. Valerio Staffelli“. The historical correspondent of Striscia la Notizia had delivered the Tapiro d’Oro to Ambra Angiolini, after the actress broke up with the Juventus coach, Massimiliano Allegri, ‘guilty’ of having betrayed her.

Striscia la Notizia defended itself in a statement published in response to the Minister for Equal Opportunities and the Family, Elena Bonetti. From the transmission of Canale 5 a certain consensus was supported on the part of Ambra Angiolinie, subsequently, the satirical news of Antonio Ricci had reiterated: «We limited ourselves to telling what is visible to all in the video published on our site, proof of any denial. The desire to transform the episode into a soap opera is evident ».

Ambra Angiolini, forced absence at the Book Fair

Yesterday, October 16, Ambra Angiolini should have attended the Book Fair of Turin, for the presentation of the book by Viola Ardone, Olivia Denaro. The actress instead communicated her flat rate to Paolo Repetti, director of Einaudi Stile Libero, in advance. Repetti explained: «Ambra liked the book very much, but to save her and her daughter from the media hype of these days, as a publishing house, together with her press office, we decided together that she would stay in Milan. Obviously we apologize for this change ».

Last updated: Sunday 17 October 2021, 14:09