International movie star Gina Lolo Brigida, 94, revealed during an emotional television interview on Sunday that she is fighting for her dignity in a family dispute over guardianship, and said, “I do not deserve to be subjected to such humiliation.”
The court placed the former actress – who starred in “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” or “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” in 1956 – under guardianship at the initiative of her son, without whom she cannot make financial decisions.
“I didn’t do anything bad,” she said. “At my age, I should have some peace. But I can’t have that. I’m tired. I must be allowed to die in peace.”
Lollo Brigida is one of the three great icons of Italian cinema, along with Sophia Loren and Claudia Cardinale; In the fifties and sixties of the last century, she was considered the most beautiful woman in the world.
She has shot films with stars such as Anthony Quinn, Humphrey Bogart, Marcello Mastroianni and Rock Hudson, and the list of her international successes includes films such as “Van Van Latulip” and “Beauty’s of the Night”.
After her film career, she was also successful as a photographer and sculptor.
However, recently Lollobrigida has made headlines due to a legal dispute over her state of mind. Last October, Italy’s Supreme Court upheld a ruling that a trustee must control her property. Lollobrigida suspects a plot by her son Melko and others to get their inheritance.
“There is only one goal, and it is not the well-being of Gina Lollobrigida, but her wealth,” her new lawyer, Antonio Ingroya, a former anti-mafia prosecutor, said on the popular television program “Dominica Inn” on public broadcaster RAI.

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