Camila Giorgi would risk serious charges for false anti-covid vaccinations

The Italian tennis champion got a requests for indictment by the Prosecutor

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Camila Giorgi would risk serious charges for false anti-covid vaccinations
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Almost 7 months after the accusation of false anti-Covid vaccination, the Vicenza Prosecutor's Office has officially formulated 21 requests for indictment. Among the names sent to the judge for the preliminary hearing by the deputy prosecutor, there is that of the Italian champion Camila Giorgi, as well as other names from the world of Italian entertainment.

The decision to accept or not the request made by the prosecutor, and therefore to start the actual trial, will be up to the judge for the preliminary hearing.

Camila Giorgi
Camila Giorgi© Alexander Scheuber / Stringer Getty Images Sport
 

What happened

Last summer Camila Giorgi was at the center of public opinion due to an investigation against her and other well-known personalities from the world of entertainment regarding the anti-Covid19 vaccination. The Vicenza Prosecutor's Office had opened an investigation file for false green passes.

According to what has been reconstructed, the Italian only pretended to have been vaccinated against Covid-19, with the intention of still obtaining the green pass and not having travel restrictions, as well as regularly participating in the WTA Tour tournaments which expressly required the administration.

Camila spoke out on the issue like this: "In Italy they made reports about my vaccination status but they did it before knowing the situation. The doctor was investigated and had problems with the law. For my part, I have had all the vaccinations possible in different places, it's the doctor's problem, not mine.

So I'm very calm about this situation. If it hadn't been like this I wouldn't have been able to come here to Australia to play, at least I think. I'm not in any danger at all and I have no trouble to defend. I did everything the Australian Government asked."

A trial, now, which if the judge decides to continue, would see the defendants accused of ideological falsehood to the detriment of the Italian national health system.

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