Catania – Ristorante I Crociferi http://ristoranteicrociferi.com/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 15:35:50 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/default1.png Catania – Ristorante I Crociferi http://ristoranteicrociferi.com/ 32 32 RHONJ: Is Frank Catania still dating Brittany? https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/rhonj-is-frank-catania-still-dating-brittany/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 20:19:10 +0000 https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/rhonj-is-frank-catania-still-dating-brittany/ The Real Housewives of New JerseyMargaret Josephs and husband Joe Benigno turned their recent night out into a double date when they were joined by Frank Catania and his girlfriend, Brittany. “Two blondes are better than one,” Margaret posted alongside a photo of herself with her husband and pals Frank and Brittany. Enter Dolores Catania […]]]>

The Real Housewives of New JerseyMargaret Josephs and husband Joe Benigno turned their recent night out into a double date when they were joined by Frank Catania and his girlfriend, Brittany. “Two blondes are better than one,” Margaret posted alongside a photo of herself with her husband and pals Frank and Brittany.

Enter Dolores Catania in the chat. For the record, she seems more than ok with it. “Fun times with the grown-ups,” she captioned the photo. “[Frank,] I love this shirt!”

For those wondering, Frank and Brittany have been together for a while now and Frank doesn’t hold back when it comes to sharing his feelings about her.

“Happy birthday to my beautiful [Brittany]. I can’t thank you enough for the happiness you make me and more importantly for the way you make me laugh and smile all the time. No matter how crazy life gets, you always make me take a moment to smile and enjoy each day,” he wrote on Instagram a few months ago. “Wishing you the happiest of birthdays and I only wish that you stay as happy as you make me all the time. Happy birthday darling.”

And by scrolling through Brittany’s Instagram account, we managed to find out what we think is her nickname for Frank. “Making memories with you is my favorite thing to do,” she wrote, adding, “My sexy fish.”

On her birthday in May, she posted a sweet tribute, writing, “Happy birthday to my Beau. Thank you for being you and for all you do [and] the most important Thank you for always making me laugh. I’m so lucky to have you by my side! I hope you have the best day of your life.”

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Mafia in Malta: Catania judge convicts 11 people for drug trafficking in Malta and Sicily https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/mafia-in-malta-catania-judge-convicts-11-people-for-drug-trafficking-in-malta-and-sicily/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 12:54:24 +0000 https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/mafia-in-malta-catania-judge-convicts-11-people-for-drug-trafficking-in-malta-and-sicily/ New Investigations began four years ago when mafia-linked drug traffickers were discovered in the village of Sant’Agata with boxes of pasta boxes containing 242 kilos of hash. Photo: Carabinieri of Catania A judge in Catania has sentenced 11 people, most with links to mafia clans, to an average of around 10 years each for trafficking […]]]>

A judge in Catania has sentenced 11 people, most with links to mafia clans, to an average of around 10 years each for trafficking cocaine, hash and marijuana to Malta, Catania and Syracuse. According to Sicilian prosecutors, the drugs came from the Netherlands, Albania, Calabria and Puglia.

The sentences were pronounced one year and two days after the November 16, 2021 “Alter Ego” anti-Mafia operation carried out by the Carabinieri of Catania, and after investigations carried out by the Catania Public Prosecutor’s Office.

“This operation further reaffirms that the contiguity between the islands of Malta and Sicily is very favorable to the development of illicit trafficking”, the Direzione Investigativa Antimafia (DIA) recently declared in its report for the second half of 202.

The operation, the DIA said, allowed him “to sketch the role played by certain prominent figures in the Santa Paola and Cappello families – highlighting their relationships and contacts, as well as the dynamics of traffic and supply in large quantities of drugs across borders, for further sale even in Malta”.

The investigations began four years ago when the mafia-linked traffickers were discovered in the village of Sant’Agata with several boxes of what was believed to be pasta but in reality contained 242 kilos of hash.

Investigators quickly tracked down Orazio Musumeci and Antonino Sebastiano Battaglia as two apparent leaders of the multinational operation. Musumeci was sentenced to 11 years in prison on Friday by investigating judge Dorotea Catena while Battaglia, who investigators believe is close to the Santapaola-Ercolano mafia clan, was sentenced to eight years and eight months.

Santo Sicali, known as “Spaccatello”, was sentenced to nine years and four months in prison. During the investigations, the carabinieri seized approximately €370,000 in cash and a “drug trafficking book” from his home. According to prosecutors, Sicali appeared to have led a normal life but, in reality, he was an independent intermediary for the organized crime network “behaving like a real broker capable of controlling prices, ensuring profits and quickly satisfying customers. customer requests”.

One of the three arrested in 2018 during the raid that opened the investigation, Gregorio Drago, was sentenced to 11 years and four months, while a ten-year sentence was handed down to Antonino Battaglia.

Other sentences handed down on Friday included four years and eight months in prison and a 12,000 euro fine for Salvatore Cambria; eight years and a €24,000 fine for Alfio Castagna; five years and eight months and a fine of €24,000 for Giovanni Agatino Distefano; nine years and four months for Michele Angelo Fichera; 11 years and eight months a fine of €34,000 for Rosario Zagame, whom the investigators consider to be close to the Cappello-Bonaccorsi family; and eight years and €34,000 fine for his son Nicolò Zagame.

According to the Direzione Investigativa Antimafia report for the second half of 2021.

The DIA report, which is tabled in the Italian Parliament in early October, says Malta’s “privileged” tax system and business-friendly regulatory framework “are factors that have fostered considerable money laundering activities by various mafia clans”. .

According to the DIA, the geographical proximity to Malta could, moreover, also be a predominant factor in the “preferred choice” of Italian mafia clans, and in particular Sicilian clans, of Malta as a place where their associates hide during periods of time. .

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Catania Media Consultants Named Winner of Best of Florida Award https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/catania-media-consultants-named-winner-of-best-of-florida-award/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 14:00:00 +0000 https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/catania-media-consultants-named-winner-of-best-of-florida-award/ Best Agency Award from UpCity Marketplace UpCity names Catania Media Consultants of Tampa Bay Best of Florida Winner. The honor is part of a 5 star review process. There are companies that help their customers get through it, and there are companies that help their companies transform their businesses. Catania Media Consultants belongs to the […]]]>

Best Agency Award from UpCity Marketplace

UpCity names Catania Media Consultants of Tampa Bay Best of Florida Winner. The honor is part of a 5 star review process.

There are companies that help their customers get through it, and there are companies that help their companies transform their businesses. Catania Media Consultants belongs to the latter group.

—Dan Olson

TAMPA, FLORIDA, United States, Nov. 16, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Catania Media Consultants located in Tampa, Florida has received the prestigious UpCity “Best of” award for 2022. UpCity recognizes the top 50 B2B vendors in each American state and Canadian province. Awards are given based on UpCity’s recommendation rating, which was developed to determine the credibility and reliability of a B2B service provider, giving UpCity the confidence to recommend businesses to potential buyers. seeking their services. Catania Media Consultants has been recognized as a Best of Florida award winner by UpCity!

“There are companies that help their customers get through it, and there are companies that help their companies transform their businesses. Catania Media Consultants belongs to the latter group. We’re proud to name them this year’s Best Of Florida award winners. —Dan Olson, CEO, UpCity

This honor was possible, in part, thanks to our 5-star rating on UpCity. Here is a comment we received about Catania Media Consultants:

“Joe provided knowledge and understanding of all types of professional digital marketing available for my business needs. I highly recommend Catania Media Consultants to anyone serious about effectively building their brand and committed to growing their business. .” – Sherri D., January 2022

Catania Media Consultants CEO Joseph Catania replied, “Thank you UpCity for naming us the winner of the 2022 Best of Award. Thank you also to those who have supported us in any way over the years. From family to friends to clients, we couldn’t do this without you!

About Catania Media Consultants
Catania Media Consultants is a team of marketing experts targeting digital and video strategies for law firms and medical practices. The group won the Best of Tampa Bay award in 2021. Led by Joseph Catania, the company has successfully implemented a marketing practice that exceeds the expectations of its customers and advertising partners. They are proud not only of their success in the marketplace for their partners, but also of their contributions to the local community with charitable work to feed the hungry, clean up the environment and help the church make the world a better place. https://cataniamediaconsultants.com/
Contact Joseph Catania at jc@cataniamedia.com or (813) 598-7046 for more information.
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With over 70,000 vendors listed (digital marketing agencies, consulting firms, development specialists and many more), over 1.5 million businesses have used UpCity to find exceptional partners for their needs.

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Survivors aboard ship Geo Barents land safely in Italy after damaging delays | Doctors Without Borders https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/survivors-aboard-ship-geo-barents-land-safely-in-italy-after-damaging-delays-doctors-without-borders/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 18:51:59 +0000 https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/survivors-aboard-ship-geo-barents-land-safely-in-italy-after-damaging-delays-doctors-without-borders/ Akhtar*, a 21-year-old man from Bangladesh, told MSF staff that he left his country almost two years ago. His journey took him first to Syria, then to Libya, and finally to cross the Mediterranean Sea. “I had no idea how difficult this trip was,” he said. Akhtar described the horrific conditions in Libya, where he […]]]>

Akhtar*, a 21-year-old man from Bangladesh, told MSF staff that he left his country almost two years ago. His journey took him first to Syria, then to Libya, and finally to cross the Mediterranean Sea.

“I had no idea how difficult this trip was,” he said. Akhtar described the horrific conditions in Libya, where he was detained by police, held for ransom and threatened with a machete. “I will never forgive myself for causing all this pain to my mother. I haven’t heard from my family since. They don’t know if I drowned in the sea. I just want to call them and let them know. say that I survived.”

The Geo Barents left the port of Catania yesterday. The team will now prepare the ship to return to the search and rescue area in the central Mediterranean. “As a humanitarian organization, we will continue rescue operations at sea in accordance with international maritime law, according to which we have conducted our activities so far,” Gil said. “A rescue begins with getting people out of the water and ends when all survivors land in a safe place.”

MSF has been carrying out search and rescue (SAR) activities in the central Mediterranean since 2015, working on eight different vessels, independently or in partnership with other non-governmental organisations. Since the launch of SAR operations with the Geo Barents in May 2021, MSF has rescued 5,497 people and recovered the bodies of 11 people who died at sea.


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In Rome and Catania, Italy continues its fight against mafia groups https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/in-rome-and-catania-italy-continues-its-fight-against-mafia-groups/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 15:11:51 +0000 https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/in-rome-and-catania-italy-continues-its-fight-against-mafia-groups/ Italian authorities this week arrested dozens of suspects and confiscated millions in assets as they stepped up operations against mafia groups in the country. For years, the rise of the ‘Ndrangheta in major centers such as Rome and Milan has preoccupied the Italian authorities. (Photo: Bert Kaufmann, Flickr, License)On Wednesday, police arrested 26 members of […]]]>

Italian authorities this week arrested dozens of suspects and confiscated millions in assets as they stepped up operations against mafia groups in the country.

For years, the rise of the ‘Ndrangheta in major centers such as Rome and Milan has preoccupied the Italian authorities. (Photo: Bert Kaufmann, Flickr, License)On Wednesday, police arrested 26 members of the ‘Ndrangheta in the Rome and Calabria region and seized more than 100 million euros in illicit assets, Italian state media ANSA reported.

“Ndrangheta is the most powerful criminal group in Italy and responsible for a significant part of drug trafficking in Europe.

Originating in Calabria, they overtook other mafia groups like the Sicilian Cosa Nostra and the Neapolitan Camorra to take control of the cocaine trade across Europe. Their illicit income would represent more than 3% of Italy’s total GDP.

The group is divided into clans, known as the ‘Ndrine, and for years the rise of some ‘Ndrini outside their traditional range but in major centers like Rome and Milan has concerned Italian authorities. .

“Italian police on Wednesday crushed a Calabrian ‘Ndrangheta mafia gang that allegedly took control of a jumble of Roman businesses operating in many sectors of the Italian capital’s economy,” ANSA reported. According to the police, they had infiltrated everything from bakeries to fisheries to the leather and oil industry.

A day earlier in Catania, police arrested 21 suspected mobsters belonging to the Lineri family of Cosa Nostra, or the Sicilian Mafia. The group had been involved in extorting local businesses for so-called protection funds.

“The investigation began following the demand for extortion made against a well-known restaurateur in Catania who, in August 2019, was offered arson if he did not submit to the payment of the money of protection,” Italian state police said.

The restaurateur had also received another warning from the group, two 7.76 caliber bullets, suggesting that if he did not submit one would end up inside him. But following the threats, authorities were able to map the family from low-level enforcers to the top of the clan.

“The investigative activity made it possible to identify the authors of the extortion requests and to reconstruct the organization chart of the mafia association to which they belonged, among others linked by blood ties with the head of Cosa Nostra from the province of Catania,” state police said. “Twenty local businesses, after years of pressing claims, have now been freed from extortion by the mafia clan.”

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Syrian migrants defy Salvini rules in Catania port stalemate https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/syrian-migrants-defy-salvini-rules-in-catania-port-stalemate/ Tue, 08 Nov 2022 15:37:27 +0000 https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/syrian-migrants-defy-salvini-rules-in-catania-port-stalemate/ By Gonzalo Sanchez Catania, Italy, November 8 (EFE).- Two Syrian refugees who tried to defy Italy’s migratory blockade by jumping from an NGO rescue ship and swimming to shore spent the night in the Sicilian port of Catania. The migrants, who left the ship on Monday, refused to return to the Doctors Without Borders (MSF) […]]]>

By Gonzalo Sanchez

Catania, Italy, November 8 (EFE).- Two Syrian refugees who tried to defy Italy’s migratory blockade by jumping from an NGO rescue ship and swimming to shore spent the night in the Sicilian port of Catania.

The migrants, who left the ship on Monday, refused to return to the Doctors Without Borders (MSF) ship Geo Barents, which rescued them from the Mediterranean Sea on October 27.

“They would rather go with the police than go back to the ship,” Geo Barents head of mission Juan Matías Gil told Efe.

Migrants are defying the new strategy of Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni’s far-right government to stop migration flows from the Middle East and North Africa.

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Italy’s Infrastructure Minister, anti-migrant instigator Matteo Salvini, has pushed for a policy of only allowing vulnerable people to disembark migrant rescue ships, and says others should be taken to the country whose flag the ships fly.

International maritime law, however, requires that “anyone rescued at sea be promptly disembarked and brought to a ‘place of safety,'” the UN said.

“Saving lives and preventing deaths and injuries must remain the collective priority of States. The law of the sea requires that those in distress at sea be rescued and assisted,” the UN said in a statement.

In the wake of new Italian legislation, two humanitarian ships remain stuck in Sicilian ports – the Norwegian-flagged Geo Barents and the German-flagged Humanity 1, which together have about 250 people on board, according to Human Rights Watch.

Salvini was previously at odds with NGOs he accused of facilitating illegal migration during his tenure as interior minister between 2018 and 2019.

The two Syrians who left the ship on Monday, named by MSF Sea as Youssouf and Ahmed, had been berthed at the Catania wharf for around 24 hours on Tuesday.

On Monday night, a small van remained parked next to them so they could take shelter from the drastic drop in temperatures in the damp harbour.

Antonio Nicita, a senator from the opposition Democratic Party (PD), visited them on Monday evening and told reporters that “they are fine” and “just waiting”.

“These are the legal inconsistencies in this case. They need to come down, be heard, make the corresponding demands and move on,” lamented the head of the rescue vessel.

According to Matías Gil, Salvini’s policy refers to humanitarian boats that arrive in Italian waters and ports, in particular the Geo Barents and the Humanity 1, but does not use the terms “people” or “migrants”.

Little is known about the legal situation of Syrian migrants stranded in Catania.

MSF is considering offering them legal assistance, spokeswoman Candida Lobes said.

One of the Syrians, from Damascus, told medics he tried to escape from Libya six times but was always intercepted by the North African country’s coastguard and returned to detention centers where he had suffered so much that he now suffered from chronic back pain.

Demonstrations, in front of the pier of the port of Catania, where the ship of the NGO Geo Barents has been anchored since the day before, in Catania, island of Sicily, southern Italy, 07 November 2022. EFE/EPA/Orietta Scardino

The other left for Europe in the hope of being able to take his four daughters with him, given that they live in an area controlled by armed groups who “abduct people for ransom and the situation is out of control”. .

The two have been able to communicate with their families for the past few hours, after days without being able to speak with loved ones.

But, since Tuesday morning, they have both refused to eat or drink and one of them has been taken to hospital with a high temperature, according to MSF sources.EFE
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Dolores Catania’s stolen Porsche has been found https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/dolores-catanias-stolen-porsche-has-been-found/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 19:18:36 +0000 https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/dolores-catanias-stolen-porsche-has-been-found/ There is good news and bad news about Dolores Catania Stolen Porsche. The good news is that the police have found the missing car. The bad news: The thieves behind the wheel ransacked the car, totaling it. We previously shared that Dolores Porsche, a gift from her ex-boyfriend, Dr. David Principlewas snatched away from her […]]]>

There is good news and bad news about Dolores Catania Stolen Porsche. The good news is that the police have found the missing car. The bad news: The thieves behind the wheel ransacked the car, totaling it.

We previously shared that Dolores Porsche, a gift from her ex-boyfriend, Dr. David Principlewas snatched away from her new boyfriend, Paul “Paulie” Connell’s, aisle. The experience shook Dolores, but the The Real Housewives of New Jersey star was determined to get the car back.

Dolores is determined to find her car with the help of the authorities,” an unnamed source said at the time. “She’s exasperated but also very shaken that someone would steal it right away. Paulie’s aisle.”

Dolores filed a police report, and a few days later, Paulie spoke directly to page 6 about what happened next. He revealed that police located the missing Porsche, but it was later destroyed in a car crash.

“The car was involved in a chase and the occupants of the car hit a pole,” Paulie Explain. “We believe there were arrests when the car finally came to a stop, but we are unsure of the exact details.”

Photos from the crash site show a harrowing scene: the Porsche slammed into a phone, airbags deployed and debris everywhere. Paulie shared some additional details about what happened. He explained: “The car is totaled. It appears that one of the occupants was injured – or two of them.

Paulie say that Dolores drove to the scene to see if any of her belongings were still in the car, but there was nothing left by the time the thieves were done with them. While it’s obviously not the outcome Dolores and Paulie were hoping for, they seem relieved to have closure.

“On the other hand, we are currently doing car purchases,” Paulie joked at the outlet before giving serious advice on behalf of Dolores. “She wants to make sure people know, always lock your cars and keep your key fobs stored somewhere safe.”

TELL US – ARE YOU SURPRISED TO FIND THE MISSING PORSCHE? DO YOU HAVE ANY WORDS OF SUPPORT FOR DOLORES AS SHE PASSES THROUGH THIS SCARY INCIDENT?

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Frank Catania Isn’t On “Best Terms” With Dolores’ Boyfriend https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/frank-catania-isnt-on-best-terms-with-dolores-boyfriend/ Mon, 31 Oct 2022 14:00:47 +0000 https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/frank-catania-isnt-on-best-terms-with-dolores-boyfriend/ Credit: Charles Sykes/Bravo Although Franc and Dolores Catania divorced more than 20 years ago, their friendship remains strong. So strong, in fact, that it’s actually a problem in some of their romantic relationships on The Real Housewives of New Jersey. Both exes are now dating other people. In the past, Frank has suggested that Dolores’ […]]]>

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Although Franc and Dolores Catania divorced more than 20 years ago, their friendship remains strong. So strong, in fact, that it’s actually a problem in some of their romantic relationships on The Real Housewives of New Jersey.

Both exes are now dating other people. In the past, Frank has suggested that Dolores’ current boyfriend Paul Connell is a Alpha— comparable to toy storyis Buzz Lightyear.

In an interview with Us Weekly at BravoCon, Frank shared that his relationship with Paul wasn’t perfect.

“We are not on good terms because Paul is not used to the dynamic between Dolores and me,” he explained. “If you spend more time with Dolores and me, you’ll see there’s nothing to worry about, right?” I love it. I will always love him. I always take care of her.

The relationship between the men, however, is on a better path.

“He’s gotten better, and we’ve spent a lot more time together and I think he’s gotten a lot more comfortable,” the star said. “Any tension that was there before, I feel like it’s gone. … When I see him, we’re embracing now.

His son Frankie has a slightly different grip.

“I don’t know how well he fits in with my dad, and I’m just being honest here,” the 24-year-old said. “They both have very manly alpha personalities, you know? So I don’t think they gel perfectly.

Despite their “showdown,” Frankie thinks the men will be able to pull it off one day. “They settle disputes,” he said. “They’re both amazing people, so they kind of find their way through it.”

During the conference, the father-of-two shared that he, Dolores and Paul sometimes had dinner together. “He’s a very cool guy, he’s nice, he’s very manly,” Frank said. “Even though he’s from Ireland, he reminds me of the kind of guy I grew up with.”

After viewers pointed out that Dolores was now wearing a ring, the housewife denied being engaged. “I will change it!” she said jokingly, and she explained that she had often been asked that.

During a “Let me tell you something about our families” panel, Dolores was also asked about the possibility of moving in with Paul.

“I already do,” she revealed. According to Dolores, they started living together “last December”.

“Paulie wanted this,” she said, and she joked that she just “stayed there [and] never left.”

Dolores told PEOPLE that Paul is a good support system and “is very involved in my life.”

“He always compliments me. He wants to improve my life. And when I first met him, he told me that was what he wanted. When he came into my life, he was like, “I know you’re very independent, but I want to be part of your stuff, so leave me.”

“And as independent as I am and never needed that, I had never heard anyone say that. So I kind of melted,” Dolores said. kind of broke a little wall that I had always had of being that tough girl.”

In a different panel, Frank said he and Paul have “come a long, long way. I never had a problem with Paulie, all I wanted him to do was be with Dolores and me at the same time so he could see that our relationship is not something we have to worry us. Now he sees that I would do anything for her.

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‘RHONJ’ star Dolores Catania’s stolen Porsche found ‘totaled’ https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/rhonj-star-dolores-catanias-stolen-porsche-found-totaled/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 17:04:00 +0000 https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/rhonj-star-dolores-catanias-stolen-porsche-found-totaled/ Dolores Catania’s stolen Porsche was found, but it was destroyed. The ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ star’s boyfriend Paul “Paulie” Connell exclusively tells Page Six that police discovered Catania’s wrecked car in Linden. “The car was involved in a chase and the occupants of the car hit a pole,” Connell said. “We believe there were […]]]>

Dolores Catania’s stolen Porsche was found, but it was destroyed.

The ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ star’s boyfriend Paul “Paulie” Connell exclusively tells Page Six that police discovered Catania’s wrecked car in Linden.

“The car was involved in a chase and the occupants of the car hit a pole,” Connell said. “We believe there were arrests when the car finally came to a stop, but we are unsure of the exact details.”

He adds: “The car is totaled. It appears that one of the occupants was injured – or two of them.

Catania, 51, went to see if the thieves had left any belongings behind her, but Connell reveals there was “nothing left” in the vehicle.

“On the other hand, we’re currently shopping for cars,” Connell says. “She wants to make sure people know, always lock your cars and keep your key fobs stored somewhere safe.”

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Police have found Dolores Catania’s stolen Porsche.
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Connell also shared footage of the totaled car with us that shows how badly the front of the Porsche was broken.

Page Six reported that Catania’s luxury car was stolen from Connell’s home in Edgewater, NJ last weekend.

“Dolores is determined to find her car with the help of the authorities,” an insider told Page Six exclusively, adding that a police report has been filed in Bergen County.

“She’s exasperated but also very shaken that someone would steal it right from Paulie’s driveway,” the source continued.

Dolores Catania and her boyfriend Paul Connell
“On the other hand, we’re currently shopping for cars,” Paulie, Catania’s boyfriend, told Page Six.
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Catania’s ex-boyfriend David Principe bought her the car — a move that became a point of contention among the “RHONJ” cast during season 11.

“He didn’t give her a ring, so she didn’t move in. [with him]but he just bought her a Porsche,” Jackie Goldschneider told the group, to which her husband, Evan, jokingly replied, “It means, ‘I’m just going to get you a car instead of a ring.’

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‘RHONJ’ star Dolores Catania ‘shaken’ after Porsche theft https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/rhonj-star-dolores-catania-shaken-after-porsche-theft/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 03:02:00 +0000 https://ristoranteicrociferi.com/rhonj-star-dolores-catania-shaken-after-porsche-theft/ Dolores Catania felt shaken after her Porsche was stolen straight from her boyfriend’s driveway early Saturday morning. Sources close to the 51-year-old ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ star say the luxury vehicle was taken from Paul ‘Paulie’ Connell’s home in Edgewater, NJ around 6am. “Dolores is determined to find her car with the help of […]]]>

Dolores Catania felt shaken after her Porsche was stolen straight from her boyfriend’s driveway early Saturday morning.

Sources close to the 51-year-old ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ star say the luxury vehicle was taken from Paul ‘Paulie’ Connell’s home in Edgewater, NJ around 6am.

“Dolores is determined to find her car with the help of the authorities,” an insider told Page Six exclusively, adding that a police report has been filed in Bergen County.

“She’s exasperated but also very shaken that someone is stealing it right from Paulie’s driveway,” the source continued.

Catania’s ex-boyfriend David Principe gifted her the car — a gesture that became a point of contention among the “RHONJ” cast during season 11.

Catania says the car was stolen from outside her boyfriend Paulie Connell's house.
Catania says the car was stolen from outside her boyfriend Paulie Connell’s house.
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At the time, Catania told some of his fellow students to “fuck off” themselves after he insinuated that Principe gave him the car to stall on buying an engagement ring.

“He didn’t give her a ring, so she didn’t move in. [with him]but he just bought her a Porsche,” Jackie Goldschneider told the group, to which her husband, Evan, jokingly replied, “It means, ‘I’m just going to get you a car instead of a ring.’

Such comments caused Catania to leave the scene. “Everyone is talking behind my back about having a crazy Porsche, and I want to go,” she said on her exit. ” Kiss my ass. Learn not to talk behind my fucking back.

She and Connell started dating after her split from David Principe.

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She and Connell started dating after her split from David Principe.

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Although Catania and Principe, 58, split last year, she kept the lavish gift.

Despite the baffling flight, Catania knows she can count on her Irish beau, Connell – a man she says makes her feel “safe and secure”.

Dolores Catania at BravoCon After Dark in a black ensemble.
The reality TV star is “shaken” over the incident.
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“I love everything about Paulie. I love the familiarity I have with how he reminds me of, like, an old school guy that I grew up with. And he’s so good to me,” he said. she told Page Six in May.

Meanwhile, Connell – who had never seen an episode of “RHONJ” before meeting Catania – said he liked the “honesty” of Bravolebrity.

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Catania and Principe separated last year.
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“He’s just a very genuine good person and it’s nice to have someone supporting you and supporting you,” he told us, adding that he now loves watching “New Jersey” with his leading lady.

“I think it’s hilarious because I’m so close to her and she’s so funny. Like, she’s very witty. So I understand more.

Page Six contacted the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office for an update on the case, but has yet to receive a response.

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