Rosa Chemical and Fedez to be charged for ‘obscene acts’ during Sanremo final

We reported that Blanco might be in some legal issues after his temper tantrum at the Sanremo Festival last week. Now a second scandal might wind up in front of an Italian judge.

During Rosa Chemical‘s performance of Made In Italy, he sat in and grinded upon Fedez‘ lap, and then brought him up on stage for a kiss. Meanwhile Fedez’ wife, social media influencer Chiara Ferragni, appeared on stage after the performance and did not look overly pleased with Fedez. It is not clear if his interaction with Rosa Chemical was planned.

Some viewers may have been shocked as this was not part of Rosa Chemical’s earlier performances of the song, while others were shocked for a different reason. News outlet ModenaToday reports:

“A complaint for obscene acts in a public place was presented at the Sanremo Public Prosecutor’s Office, following what happened on the final evening of the Sanremo Festival, on Saturday 11th February, during which Fedez and Rosa Chemical mimed sexual intercourse with an orgasm on live television”.

The complaint comes from Jacopo Coghe, spokesperson for Pro Vita & Famiglia. According to Coghe’s Linkedin, this association works to help children, mothers and fathers, defends the right to life from conception to natural death, and promotes the family founded on marriage between a man and a woman.

The group claims what Fedez and Rosa Chemical did, “[…] is a behavior of unprecedented gravity, which has led to a wave of general indignation for the shame, discomfort and revulsion caused by the vulgarity of behavior in the sexual sphere.”

The association’s lawyer, Luca Ghelfi, claims that what transpired on the Ariston’s stage last Saturday violates Articles 529 of the Criminal Code (obscene acts and objects) and 527 (obscene acts in a public place).

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