Thursday, June 26, 2014

George Clooney Gets Two New Protection Laws in Lake Como Ahead of Marriage to Amal Alamuddin

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George Clooney and his lawyer fiancé Amal Alamuddin, are planning their wedding this fall, and it appears he wants his big day to be very exclusive.

The very private actor and humanitarian activist does not want fans or paparazzi to spoil his big day so he has been able to get the council of Lagilo to approve new laws meaning that anyone who trespasses around his home in Lake Como, Italy, or is an uninvited guest will be fined heavily.

The couple have been notoriously private since they got engaged last April and are rarely photographed together. It is expected that Goerge Clooney and Amal Alamuddin will have a small wedding in September.

According to the mayor of Lagilo no official request has been made for the nuptials to be held in Lagilo but they are ready for any kind of request.

The new restrictions which were announced on July 21 will prevent anyone from stopping on both the sides of the road outside his villa and also prevents everyone from getting closer to the water outside his house 24 hours a day.

The fines are quite huge as anyone swimming or sailing on the lake side of the property within 100 meters of George Clooney’s property can be fined up to 500 euros.

George Clooney got the laws approved over the weekend just before Amal Alamuddin’s mother Baria Alamuddin, and his mother in law to be, visited the couple and stayed at their Como home away from the eyes of the public and the paparazzi.

It sure is good to have money and connections :)

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