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Porn star is stalked by ex-lover who sends hundreds of texts with death threats every day

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Ex-pornstar Waima Vitullo was forced to live in a safe house and sent her 11-year-old son away from home after Marcello Schiattarella chased her and threatened to kill her

Former pornstar Waima Vitullo was stalked by a crazy ex-lover who bombarded her with hundreds of creepy messages every day.

In contrast, the 43-year-old, who is now a TV star in Italy, filed a lawsuit in April Marcello Schiattarella, 35.

The pair originally met in May 2021 and dated for around two months before Vitullo called things off.

Schiattarella didn’t accept this and instead harassed her with constant phone calls and text messages, even threatening to kill her.

Her ex-boyfriend has now been jailed after a verdict in Rome.

According to InterNapoli, one of the messages read: “I see everything dark. As soon as you step outside, I will appear in front of you.”

While a second said: “I’m sending you to the other world with your starving dad bitch.”

A third of the messages published in red: “I am armed, I will kill you today, if you do not answer me, I will shoot your mother as soon as she appears on the balcony. Your hours are numbered, you sch*tty wo.”

Among other things, he also threatened the adult star’s 11-year-old son, alluding to the fact that he could approach her at any time.

Although he was from Naples, he would often show up near where she lived in the Tuscolano district of Rome and let her know what she was doing and what she was wearing on any given day.

Vitullo was eventually forced to live in a protected safe house after reporting the matter to the police at the San Giovanni police station. She also pulled her son out of the house.

In light of the recent verdict, Vitullo’s lawyer, Licia D’Amico, told Leggo: “Finally my client can live again and resume normal daily life. She had been forced to leave her home to live in a shelter.

“What she has experienced is not exceptional, it is much more common than one might think. She wasn’t safe for her safety until she lived in a safe place.

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“She hadn’t stuck her nose out of the house for too long. But she was strong, she had the courage to immediately denounce the harassment and violent attitudes she suffered.”

Vitullo thanked the police, the judges and her attorney for “never giving up,” as well as the women’s nonprofit Bon’t Worry, led by Bo Guerreschi, for supporting her case.

Guerreschi said: “Waima is finally free. We stood by her side during these weeks of great tension. Schiattarella’s arrest is a result for which I thank the judiciary and also the press, which have followed our story closely Client.”

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