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Gugu's advisory exposes Rose's situation: 'successful businesswoman in the USA'


Gugu's advisory exposes Rose's situation: 'successful businesswoman in the USA'

On Thursday (20) the press office of Gugu Liberato's family released a public note to the press, denying some of the recent allegations of Rose Miriam di Matteo, mother of the presenter's three children and who aims to prove the stable union that the two maintained to have access to part of the inheritance valued at almost R $ 1 billion.

Recently, the widow's lawyers said she was experiencing financial difficulties. On the contrary, the Liberato clan claims that the situation is not true, as Rose Miriam is a very successful businesswoman, having businesses she runs in the United States. In addition, the same note states that she receives a pension to defray her expenses.

“Despite the comments of being experiencing financial difficulties, in addition to a high-end house in Alphaville that he received from the presenter in February 2012, valued at around R $ 6 million, in an area of ​​1,020 square meters and with 898 square meters of built area, Dr. Di Matteo is a very successful businesswoman in the eyes of the American government ”, Gugu Liberato's family advisers said in the publicly released note.

In addition, Rose Miriam has a Green Card, a document issued by the United States government for immigrants to live legally in the country, thanks to an investment of half a million dollars made by Gugu, in the name of the mother of his children, in the football club Orlando City Soccer.

Subsequently, the advisers of the Liberato clan affirm that Rose Miriam receives a monthly pension of around US $ 10,000, and that together with her children it is covered by a most comprehensive health plan, which covers hospitals and clinics both in Brazil and in U.S.

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