Italy’s PM Giorgia Meloni dumps hubby over sexist conduct and ‘uncommentable filth’

Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni says she has separated from her TV journalist accomplice Andrea Giambruno, who has drawn criticism in latest weeks for sexist feedback.

Meloni advised reporters final month she shouldn’t be judged over Giambruno’s remarks and in future wouldn’t reply questions on his behaviour.

The break up comes because the 46-year-old prime minister celebrates her first 12 months in workplace on the head of a right-wing coalition authorities that has defended the normal household as considered one of its coverage hallmarks.

“My relationship with Andrea Giambruno, which lasted virtually 10 years, ends right here,” Meloni wrote on her social media accounts on Friday.

“Our paths have diverged for a while, and the time has come to acknowledge it.”

Marco Furfaro of the opposition Democratic Social gathering mentioned Giambruno’s feedback had been “pure chauvinism and sexism…. uncommentable filth.”

Meloni mentioned she wouldn’t be distracted by difficulties in her personal life, saying, “all those that hoped to weaken me by putting me at dwelling” would don’t have any success.

The couple, who met in a TV studio in 2014, have a seven-year-old daughter.

Giambruno, 42, is the presenter of a information program transmitted by Mediaset, a part of the MFE media group owned by the heirs of the late Silvio Berlusconi, a former prime minister and Meloni ally.

Eye for the women

This week, one other Mediaset satirical present affairs TV present broadcast off-air video excerpts from Giambruno’s program displaying him utilizing foul language, touching his groin and showing to make advances to a feminine colleague.

“Why didn’t I meet you earlier than?”, he asks her.

In a second audio recording aired on Thursday, Giambruno is heard speaking about being in an affair and telling feminine colleagues they will work with him in the event that they participate in group intercourse.

The TV journalist had been extensively criticised in August for feedback interpreted by many as victim-blaming following a gang rape case.

Giambruno was not instantly obtainable for remark.