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Patrizia Reggiani really loves being rich

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Patrizia Reggiani, ex-wife of Maurizio Gucci.
Photo: Luca Bruno / AP / Shutterstock

It’s hard not to listen when Patrizia Reggiani talks. The ex-wife of Maurizio Gucci – who was once the head of the Gucci fashion house – is also accused of orchestrating the assassination of her ex-husband. While they were still together, Maurizio had a love lasts many years with a woman named Sheree McLaughlin, in part, caused him to leave Reggiani. Allegedly, Maurizio packed his belongings, told Reggiani he was going on a business trip and would never return. On the day of her murder, Reggiani wrote a single word in her later confiscated diary: parade. Greek for heaven.

Reggiani’s eccentricities are not limited to her ideas of murder and marriage. While in Milan’s San Vittore prison, her legal team convince the government to allow Reggiani’s pet ferret to live with her. The ferret, named Bambi, died after another prisoner sat on it. Of course, Reggiani didn’t want to admit that she was in prison and mention for her detention as “my stay at Vittore Residence.” With her twisted maxims and merciless confidence, it’s easy to see why Lady Gaga still holds the role of Patrizia because nine months while filming Gucci house.

In the Ridley Scott-directed film after Reggiani’s plot to kill Maurizio, Lady Gaga’s portrayal of “Lady Gucci” is as captivating as Reggiani herself, which Gaga has spoken of. “I wish not to glorify someone who would commit murder,” Lady Gaga previously said British Vogue. “But I really want to pay my respects to the women throughout history who have become experts on survival and the unfortunate consequences of trauma. Hopefully, women after watching it will remind themselves to think twice about harming people. And it’s dangerous. What happens to someone when they are pushed over the edge? “

With that in mind, here are a few of the most mythical things Patrizia Reggiani has said about wealth, her marriage to Maurizio, and life as a Gucci. Appetizer Buon.

blurb: “I’d rather cry on a Rolls-Royce than be happy on a bicycle.”

Every NS Guardians, when an Italian reporter asked why Reggiani hired assassins, she said: “My eyesight is not very good. I don’t want to miss. “

“There is no hatred,” she told an Italian newspaper, according to London Times. “I don’t hate Maurizio, I never hated him. That was my annoyance – he pissed me off.”

In 2011, while Reggiani was still in prison, she refuse parole offer because it would require her to have a job. “I’ve never worked in my life and I don’t intend to start now,” she told her lawyer. She accepted an offer after that and got parole in 2016 when she started working for the Milan-based Bozart jewelry company.

In a 2016 interview with NS Guardians, the interviewer praised Reggiani’s outfit, saying, “It’s a lovely dress.” Reggiani replied, “It’s Zara. I don’t make enough money in this place to buy proper clothes.” She then offered “a disgruntled look” at her Bozart recruiters.

“I don’t like computers. They are quite evil,” she told Guardians. According to the publication, her recruiters actually deleted her computer from their intranet after Reggiani permanently deleted Bozart’s entire photo archive.

She once said, according to book Gucci house based on, “Few women can really win a man’s heart. Even less managed to own it. “

In her diary, later collect as evidence, Reggiani allegedly wrote, “There’s no crime that money can’t buy.”

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