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Coronavirus: Maxi López attacks Wanda over Italy trip with kids

Wanda Nara travelled to Italy, one of the worst affected placed in the world by Covid-19, and her ex, Maxi López is not happy with her.

Coronavirus: Maxi López attacks Wanda over Italy trip with kids

The relationship between FC Crotone footballer, Maxi López, and his ex, Wanda Nara, ended in 2013 when she left him for Mauro Icardi. They have three kids together, however, and while López has thanked the Argentine striker for ridding him of Wanda, the matter of the kids remains an issue.

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Maxi has taken to social media in their most recent spat after she decided to leave Paris to go to Italy with the three kids. Valentino, Constantino and Benedicto along with Icardi and Wanda, all live in the French capital where they are in quarantine because of the virus. They opted to fly back to Italy where the PSG player has a property. They will spend the rest of the confinement in Italy but López does not think it was a smart or conscientious move.

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"I would like to know under what criteria you broke the quarantine during a global pandemic," he said in his Instagram stories. "The whole world has asked you not to leave and you exposed our kids to a trip to another country. You moved to the epicentre of the contagion in Italy without even caring about the consequence??"

The 35-year-old continued: 'What is wrong with your head in these moments? The most sacred thing in the world right now is the health of our kids? I am outraged by you lack of awareness. If you can't do it for yourselves, do it for them. Today you are the mother of five babies but it seems you don't realise it.'


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