“Incitement to hatred is a crime and must be punished.” After Maurizio Sarri's farewell, Ciro Immobile reports having been “verbally and physically attacked by a group of people” this morning, in front of his 4-year-old son's school, while he was accompanying him and his wife.

The attack, underlines Immobile through his press office, is a consequence of “incitement to hatred” on the part of certain press organs and journalists via social networks, who, with “hateful words”, have reports “reconstructions not inherent in reality”, attributing to him a branch against Sarri. Immobile will file a criminal complaint against those responsible for the “defamation”.

“This morning, Friday March 15, Ciro Immobile with his wife Jessica and his son Mattia, aged 4, were verbally and physically attacked by a group of people in front of his son's school,” his office underlines in a note printed, the Scarlett Company.

“All this unfortunately follows the incitement to hatred carried out and supported by certain press media and journalists through their social networks who spread words of hatred towards Ciro Immobile, also reporting reconstructions that are not inherent in reality “.

“Following this episode – the note continues – the footballer instructed his lawyers to initiate criminal proceedings today against those responsible for this defamation. These statements are seriously defamatory and therefore harmful to the professional and personal image of the club. to the attention of the competent magistrate. Incitement to hatred, particularly gratuitously, is a crime which must be punished.”

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