Gucci ‘Black Widow’ settles score with Italian justice

(ANSA) – MILAN, FEB 26 – Patrizia Reggiana, dubbed the ‘Black
Widow’ for ordering the murder of her ex-husband Maurizio Gucci
in Milan in 1995, a crime for which she served 17 years of a 26
year sentence, settled her score with Italian justice Friday by
paying compensation to the late porter of the palazzo where the
murder took place.
    The man, Giuseppe Onorato, died of a heart attack in November.
    He was awarded 200 million lire in damages for being injured in
the hit. (ANSA).


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