Italian woman carries out a war operation to steal saliva from a singer and prove that she is a billionaire heiress to Lamborghini. Understand | News

Italian woman carries out a war operation to steal saliva from a singer and prove that she is a billionaire heiress to Lamborghini. Understand | News
Italian woman carries out a war operation to steal saliva from a singer and prove that she is a billionaire heiress to Lamborghini. Understand | News
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1 of 4 Flavia Borzone and Elettra Lamborghini — Photo: reproduction/instagram
Flavia Borzone and Elettra Lamborghini — Photo: reproduction/instagram

Italian beautician Flavia Borzone, 35, looks like she came out of spy movies or war thrillers. The beauty hired private detectives to obtain a DNA sample from the model and singer Elettra Lamborghini – who participated in BBB 17 – and prove that the two are half-sisters and that she is entitled to part of the priceless inheritance of the clan that names the valuable cars super sports cars.

According to Flavia, her mother, the Neapolitan opera singer Rosalba Colosimo, met Tonino Lamborghini – the son of the brand’s founder Ferrucio Lamborghini – in the late 1980s, when they began a romance. The extramarital affair resulted in the singer’s pregnancy, who gave birth to a girl, Flavia, in 1988.

2 of 4 Flavia Borzone — Photo: reproduction/instagram
Flavia Borzone — Photo: reproduction/instagram

In 2019, the beautician took her story public and was not welcomed by her supposed family, with her statement given to newspapers, magazines and TV programs called into question and not receiving the benefit of the doubt with a possible DNA test to prove her identity. family bond.

From then on, Flavia hired private detectives to prove her theory and the professionals were on Elettra’s trail until they got a straw with a sample of her saliva, which was used in a test that ended up proving that the two beauties are related.

3 of 4 Lamborghinis owners pay around R$300,000 in IPVA for their cars — Photo: reproduction/instagram
Lamborghinis owners pay around R$300,000 in IPVA for their cars — Photo: reproduction/instagram

But the positive result of the test ended up causing more headaches for Flavia, who was sued by the billionaire automotive clan, accused of defamation and obtaining the saliva sample illegally, which would have been taken without Elettra’s consent.

The trial over the paternity case promises to catch fire when it begins in March. In addition to proving the 100% genetic link – according to Flavia’s defense -, her defense can also show an audio recorded by her (in a hidden way) in which Tonino Lamborghini admits the affair with his mother.

4 of 4 Elettra Lamborghini is a singer and reality show star, having participated in BBB 17 — Photo: reproduction/instagram
Elettra Lamborghini is a singer and star of reality shows, having participated in BBB 17 — Photo: reproduction/instagram

Lamborghini’s representatives, in turn, in addition to attacking the evidence obtained in the James Bond style, point out that Flavia has no physical resemblance to the Lamborghini and also point out that the Italian woman’s mother threw it in Tonino’s face that she was not his daughter at all the times they fought.

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