The last wishes of the actress who died at the age of 95 have been disclosed: the assets divided equally between Milko Skofic and the historic 'factotum' of Lollo. The alleged husband Javier Rigau remains out. A trust for works of art. The collection of Etruscan vases to the Italian StateGina Lollobrigida on the left with her son Milko Skofic and, on the right, with the factotum Andrea Piazzolla Photo Video
Half to his son Andrea Milko Skofic and half to his assistant Andrea Piazzolla. The opening of the will of Gina Lollobrigida, who died on January 16 at the age of 95, reserves a sort of tie between the two contenders on the diva's assets. Lollo's wishes were communicated by the notary Barbara Franceschini to her heirs and legatees. Piazzolla over the years had become a sort of 'godson' for the actress. They had lived together since 2015 and Piazzolla accompanied Lollobrigida on public outings by force of increasingly rare events. – photo 1 | foto2 | videoFuneral of Gina Lollobrigida: the screams of the crowd against her ex-husband Funeral of Gina Lollobrigida: the screams of the crowd against her ex-husband
THERE IS ALSO THE COLLECTION OF PAINTINGS – The text was drawn up on January 5, 2017, in the presence of the executor Bernard Bensa. Gina Lollobrigida also leaves behind a collection of works of art entrusted to a trust that will be managed by Piazzolla himself and the entrepreneur Horacio Pagani, with the burden, however, 'of making known and valued' through 'the promotion and organization' of exhibits. Lastly, the collection of Etruscan vases (about a hundred) goes to the Italian state. The Catalan entrepreneur Javier Rigau who had married the actress in a religious rite, but celebrated by proxy in 2011, is excluded from the will: the marriage was later canceled by the Sacra Rota in 2019.