MILAN – There is no concrete evidence that personally posted the personal data of former husband and player Maxi Lopez and then, with the formula that follows the old insufficiency of evidence, the Argentine showgirl Wanda Nara was acquitted to Milan after a process lasted one year. "Once more I had to defend myself against false accusations, once more I won the truth", commented the current wife and manager of the Nerazzurri striker Mauro Icardi, in a post on Instagram with which he announced to his followers the absolution.
"I am always in my place – continues the post of the 31 year old – nothing and no one takes away the serenity in my work as the priority of raising my children". In respect of Wanda Nara the honorary deputy prosecutor Edoardo Polerà had requested a conviction for the unlawful processing of personal data for 4 months in prison, with the granting of generic extenuating circumstances. Request, this, rejected by the judge of the second criminal section of the Court Paola Bulgarelli, which seems to have instead accepted the thesis of the lawyer Giuseppe Di Carlo who claimed that there is no proof that "she was the author of posts on social networks or even that he created damage to the player ".
The wife of the captain of the Inter ended up at the bar after the complaint filed by her ex-husband, now in force at Vasco da Gama, in Brazil, and assisted by the lawyer Aldo Cribari. As reported by the head of indictment formulated by the then Milanese PM Galileo Proietto, now substitute pg, Wanda Nara with a post of June 22, 2015 would not only violate the privacy of Lopez, but it would also damaged in a time for him delicate, or the transfer market transactions of June 2015. The conduct of Nara, in fact, according to the reconstruction of the Prosecution, would have prevented "due to the succession of calls and emails from fans, a normal conduct of the football trade and football negotiations" .
After the turbulent end of their marriage, the clash between Lopez and Nara, also public, went on for a long time. In court last March, the 38-year-old, who had established a civil party to demand damages, explained to the judge that relations with the former "are not good". The motivations for the sentence will be filed in ninety days.
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