“The reporting this week on this case is understood to be the consequence of a leaked court document,” the rep added. “This is greatly to be regretted. It does not serve the interests of any of the parties involved.”
Brancaccia denied the stalking charges to The Times, which broke the news, and proposed Giuggioli has been endeavoring to conceal the undertaking.
“We were romantically involved, she wanted to leave Colin for me,” he told the newspaper, claiming the romance lasted from 2015 to 2016. He also said his “stalking” consisted of two WhatsApp messages and an email to Firth once the affair ended.
“I wrote an email to Colin about my relationship with Livia, which I now regret sending, and she filed a complaint against me for stalking out of fear that I could go public with what she had revealed to me about her marriage and work,” he told The Times. “In a year she sent me hundreds of messages of love, photos and videos, even a diary.”
Firth and Giuggioli got married in 1997. They share two youngsters together, Luca Firth and Matteo Firth. He likewise has a child Will Firth from his past association with Meg Tilly.