Polish dark-complexified crossword puzzle source Al Juegos English title Italian woman who had dark complexion on her birthdays says she was not aware she was ‘trivialised’ article Italian woman with dark complexion has told a court she was never ‘travialised’, but said she was offended by an article she had seen on Facebook about her dark complexion.
Alessandra Pontezzo, 24, from the northern city of Turin, was born with light skin and is the third child of her parents, who are white.
Pontezzi told the court that she has “dark complexion” but is not racist.
The trial is expected to last for a month.
Ptella Pontezzoni said she and her husband were surprised when they saw an article about Alessandra on Facebook.
The article mentioned that she had a dark complexion but added: “It doesn’t make her a racist.”
Alessandra, who was born in 1989, has been in Italy since 2015.
Puntello’s father, Alberto, has a different background.
Patelli’s mother, Giuseppe, is Romanian.
“I am sorry that my mother is not here,” Pontezza told the press.
Pua, who has not been seen since January, has had no contact with her family.
In 2015, Pontella posted a picture of herself on Facebook, captioned: “My parents are very dark-skinned.
And when I look at myself, I am not a racist person.”
Pontelli told the media she was in tears when she saw the article.
She said she had been told by her mother that she was “triviallyised”.
Alessandra said her mother was angry and told her: “You are a liar.”
Alessandro Pontezi, Alessandra’s father-in-law, told reporters that Alessandra was in a “very difficult situation”.
Pontello told reporters her mother had been asked to leave her home on several occasions and that she could not understand why her daughter had been subjected to such treatment.
She added: I have not received a phone call from her.
Alessata’s mother told Il Fatto Quotidiano that she believed the article was a joke. “
It is sad that someone who loves us, someone who is in love with us, would take advantage of such a sensitive subject.”
Alessata’s mother told Il Fatto Quotidiano that she believed the article was a joke.
She also said Alessandra should have done more to try and hide her darker skin.
“She is a beautiful, intelligent woman who did not want to appear like a racist,” she said.
Alessandro told reporters he was disappointed with the trial, saying: I do not understand how this has happened.
“He said Alessandro would be taking Alessandra to court for a “trial of the century”.
Alessandro, a doctor, told journalists he was not sure what to do with his daughter.
He said he would “take her to court” and that he had not been contacted by Pontellas family.
Alessa Pontezza, Alessandro’s mother-in -law, has denied any wrongdoing in relation to her daughter’s disappearance.
The court was told that the police had “made contact with the family” and asked for more information about the case.
Alessanti Ponteza, Ptello’s husband, told Italian media he had been invited to attend the trial and would give evidence.
Alessandri Pontelezzi, Patellas father- in-law said: We will be going to court.
I have no idea who she was.
I did not know what she was doing or why.
I am sure that she is a nice person, but I do know that she did not love me.