Coronavirus, a personal trainer at the home of Fabrizio Corona (home): both are in trouble Support Today

He has been cautioned. His coach was fined. New trouble for Fabrizio Corona, the former king of the paparazzi released from prison in December of last year and at the time subjected to house arrest in his home in Milan. As reported by MilanoToday the former agent is, in fact, stumbled into the controls, “anti-Coronavirus” of the police and has been formally invoked by the court. “In the last few days – reads a note published by the Police headquarters of Milan on Saturday, 4 April – it was found that the same, in spite of being subjected to detention, has repeatedly received his personal trainer”.

Then, for the Crown is taken, “a warning issued by the Surveillance Court, with which the formal respect of the rules on the spacing of social activities planned by the last government measures to contain the health emergency in progress” and “the observance of all regulations pertinent to his detention”. In essence, the judges have formally recalled the 46-year-old, reminding him that he is under house arrest and that, at the moment it is forbidden to receive in the house, his coach, for the extraordinary measures he decided to try to limit the spread of contagions from Covid-19.

The same personal trainer – they know from via Fatebenefratelli – “was traced near his house – the Crown – and, for this, fined for violating the ban of movements in the absence of proven need”. After the formal notice, the Crown is obliged to comply with the provisions in a ferra. “Worth it,” concludes the note from the Police – the most serious consequences”.

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