rain of criticism on Instagram

Rain of controversy his Manuela Arcuri. The actress shared on Instagram a post in which he paid homage Pupetta Maresca, the boss of the recently deceased Camorra at the age of 86. “Assunta Maresca, a courageous, strong, fearless woman, acted in a rush .. mistaken several times: ‘I paid for my choices with my tears!’. So he recounts his tormented life, which I in 2013 I played in one of my most successful fiction. Goodbye Pupetta RIP ». Arcuri wore the clothes of the woman in one Mediaset fiction aired on Canale 5 in 2013.

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The dedicate dell’Arcuri for Pupetta it seems not to have been appreciated by the followers who did not hesitate to comment: “Shame“. Many have invited the interpreter of Latin a to delete the post, considered a real insult to all the victims of camorra. No reply from the Arcuri.

Eight years ago the fiction Pupetta, “The courage and passion attracted more than a few critics. The series”, which saw in the cast Barbara De Rossi, Massimiliano Morra, Stefano Dionisi, Eva Grimaldi, Sergio Arcuri, was bitterly criticized by Paolo Siani, brother of the journalist Giancarlo, killed at the hands of the Camorra, and Lorenzo Clemente, husband of Silvia Ruotolo, who died of a bullet wandering. Against the series Mediaset It was hurled also Don Tonino Palmese, vicar at the time episcopal by Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe, for charity and social pastoral care.

Assunta Maresca, aka Pupetta, was hero of one of the episodes most striking in the history of the Camorra. In 1955 the woman, in the sixth month of pregnancy, killed the alleged principal of the murder of her husband Pasquale Simonetti. The shots went off at least quattro guns: according to the investigators, the crime was part of the Camorra war for the management of the market fruit and vegetables. Pupetta was therefore arrested and in prison gave birth the first son, Pasqualino. Sentenced to 13 years and 4 months, she was pardoned after more than ten years of imprisonment.

Last updated: Sunday 2 January 2022, 20:58