The woman’s lawyers: instrumental accusations. Last summer, the Juventus coach filed a complaint with the Prosecutor’s Office accusing her of having “diverted all or part of the money paid each month for the maintenance of the child for personal purposes”
Their love story was told by the magazines, happy to linger on the life of theJuventus coach Massimiliano Allegri and of the then partner Claudia Ughi. Today, however, the aftermath of a relationship that ended after 13 years of cohabitation are revealed by the papers of the investigation in which the woman is accused of embezzlement and violation of the obligations of family assistance. The Juventus coach, who last summer filed a complaint with the Prosecutor’s Office accusing her of having “diverted all or part of the money paid each month for the maintenance of the child, born in in 2011.
A 13-year relationship
The judicial affair is the final chapter of a happy relationship for years. The two fell in love in Livorno in 2003 and shortly afterwards they went to live together. She has a daughter born from a previous relationship. In 2011 their first child was born. After 13 years, in 2017, the couple separates and the agreement for the maintenance of the child is ratified in the Court. Ughi does not ask for anything for herself, but she gets a monthly allowance of 10 thousand euros and a contribution for the house, holidays and studies. In May 2019 Allegri also “separates” from Juventus. Two years later, in January 2021, he goes to the Turin Court. He tells of “being unemployed” and that “his income has changed due to the cessation of football collaboration with Juventus”, so he asks that the monthly allowance be halved: from 10 thousand to 5 thousand euros. The hearing is set for September and in the meantime Allegri (assisted by the lawyer Pietro Gaetano Nacci Manara) sues the former, accusing her of “having used for himself or for his next of kin most of the sums he paid exclusively for his son” and of having compromised its assets with investments and purchases of properties in which she is the sole owner. He goes so far as to hypothesize that, in the event of death, her possessions would have been inherited equally between their son and her daughter.
The university tuition for the other daughter
The prosecutor opens an investigation. The Civil Court rejects the request for revision of maintenance at first instance and on appeal. The criminal investigation by prosecutor Davide Pretti, on the other hand, continues quickly. And the woman on July 5 she will have to appear in the preliminary hearing, accused of having “distracted” between 2018 and 2021 over 200 thousand euros. Among the disputed expenses are the university fees for the eldest daughter, the purchase of a house in Livorno during the lockdown period (the child was born in the Tuscan city and the grandparents live there) and an investment in securities.
The defense of women
Claudia Ughi, through the lawyers Davide Stecchella and Paolo Davico, rejects the accusations. For the defenders Allegri’s denunciation would be “instrumental” to “reduce the monthly contribution in his favor”. The lawyers highlight the negative value of the whole affair. “It appears – we read in the court documents – that it is not sustainable that a mother is reproached for not” weighing with the sling “between two cohabiting brothers, having” children and stepchildren “». And again: “It would be like expecting that in a family environment made up of three people, a mother buys a sweater of lesser value for her sister than that of her brother, just because the father of the second is richer”. In the documents, the Guardia di Finanza notes that the money “was not intentionally made to disappear” by the mother, but invested in the interest of the family unit of which the child belongs. But this was not enough to avoid the Court.
June 23, 2022 (change June 23, 2022 | 08:21)
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