George Clooney Takes Fashion Imposters to Court

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MILAN, ITALY - JULY 16: George Clooney waves to fans as he leaves Milan's law courts after testifying against three individuals accused of fraudulently using his name to promote a fashion label at Palazzo di Giustizia on July 16, 2010 in Milan, Italy. George Clooney testified as a civil plaintiff during the trial against the individuals running fashion label GC  George Clooney.  (Photo by Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images)

It’s nothing new that George Clooney is arguably loved by the majority of women on Earth.  Whether for his dashing good looks, great acting ability or his suave dress sense; he seems to be ticking all boxes for both males and females where his fashion style comes in.

So much so that George found himself in Court to seek justice for the illegitimate use of his name and signature on several clothing ads.

George was reported to have said he was there because he believed in justice.  “I am here to speak because some people are trying to use my name to gain advantage not over me but of others”, he continued.

It was because of this why men’s fashion label GC Exclusive found themselves amidst a fraud case.  Creators of the company, Vincenzo Cannalire, Francesco Galdelli and Vanja Goggi endured the actor icon giving evidence against them for a couple hours, as they are all thought to have conned a believing public into thinking George supported the whole campaign.

Angry fans of George’s are also reported to have created an uproar in Court, so much so that the Judge was forced to call for order.

The case continues…

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