Gianluigi Donnarumma recounts nightmare night: “Terrified for Alessia”
Gianluigi Donnarumma recounts nightmare night: “I was terrified for Alessia.”
Gianluigi Donnarumma recounted his nightmarish night in an interview with Libero: “To find yourself at three in the morning with people in the house all of a sudden I think is the worst feeling you can have, I was immobilized and Alessia was forced to hand over everything precious we had.”
The Psg goalkeeper was the victim of a robbery at his home in the eighth arrondissement of Paris: with him was his partner Alessia Elefante. Thieves tied him up and took property worth a total of 500,000 euros from him.
“I can’t go into too much detail, there are ongoing investigations and I am on my way now to the French police to try to reconstruct with them everything that happened. This morning, my fiancée and I had to leave the apartment to allow inspections to be carried out and to carry out the findings useful for the investigation, and we temporarily rested in a hotel.”
Donnarumma recalls above all the fear, and his feelings of helplessness: “The fear was so much, but even more was that something could happen to Alessia. I was helpless, bound, I couldn’t do anything. Then I don’t chew French that well and it was hard to explain to those people where all the things were. And it was Alessia, even now very frightened, together with them. Really frantic moments of deep terror, especially fear for her. Fear that they might hurt her.”