George Clooney changes the law in Italy

2014-06-25 23:00

Los Angeles - So being a high paid gorgeous actor can really get you everything you want.

George Clooney may have changed the law in his adopted country, Italy, where he has a villa on Lake Como.

Clooney who is friends with government law makers in Italy requested two new protection laws which prohibit fans and paparazzi from getting close to his home ahead of his planned nuptials to Amal Alamuddin, and his wishes were granted.

Accordingto US Weekly, the new law which will be effective until 30 September prevents anyone from stopping on both the road outside his house and the lake in front of his villa, 24-hours a day.

If found walking or swimming within a 100 meters from Clooney’s villa the perpetrator will be liable to a 500 euros fine.

The Mayor of Laglio, Roberto Pozzi. in an interview with US Weekly shared that since the new law has been put in place it is forbidden to stop outside the entrance to Clooney’s villa.

The Mayor went on to say that it’s a question of traffic and security. It is very dangerous and it’s also an issue of privacy.

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