MILAN “An angel’s face”, “beautiful”, “gentle”. This is how Alessandro Impagnatiello is described, the 30-year-old arrested…
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A parallel life, a lover who wasn’t aware of it. A whirlwind of secrets and deceptions that have intertwined with each other until they explode in the most tragic of epilogues. When everything came to light and the two fiancées found out about each other, the charming Milanese barman was forced to drop his mask. Giulia and little Thiago – this is the name chosen for the baby she was carrying – lost their lives like this, trapped in a homicidal rampage that the man would have had time to plan.
Giulia Tramontano, the confession of her boyfriend and the last lie: “I hit her in the neck so as not to make her suffer”. Kept in the trunk for days
The couple lived in via Novella in Senago, at number 14, and every day Pagnatiello said goodbye to his partner and their cat to head to Milan. It was there that he worked, right in the centre, in the luxurious Armani Bamboo Hotel in via Manzoni. There are photos of him smiling behind the counter as he prepares cocktails on the seventh floor of the prestigious building that houses the club, which was closed all day yesterday. Yes, the usual 11 o’clock opening was skipped: “For a private event,” said the bodyguards at the entrance, not letting anyone in. But that was Alessandro’s workplace, confessed to a chilling murder. And that’s not all: right there, he had met the charming 23-year-old Italian-English who in a short time became “the other woman”. One lie after another, the 30-year-old dragged the two relationships on for months, ending up expecting a child with both girlfriends. The youngest had an abortion, Giulia didn’t. Unaware of what the presence of that already so loved son would have unleashed in her father, she was “excited” about the arrival of that new life to raise and look after with the man of her dreams, her relatives say.
It was he who reported the 29-year-old missing on Sunday afternoon. With an anguished and shocked air, he had presented himself to the carabinieri reporting that the girl had disappeared, after he had seen her that morning before going to work. He even turned to friends, lying to them too, continuing to invent and asking for comfort for the terrible situation he was experiencing. Yet another farce that everyone believed. In those same days, then, while he was still hiding her body in her house, waiting to figure out how to get rid of it, he would have called her ex-girlfriend to ask her to see her son, this year in second grade. elementary. In Senago everyone remembers the little one, who attended kindergarten in the village, before his parents broke up and he went to live with his mother in another municipality. A choice that Giulia and Thiago were denied.
Giulia Tramontano, the other woman from Impagnetiello: «I had offered her to come and stay with me. Then that strange message»
A few hours before the body was found in a box in via Monte Rosa, a few hundred meters from their apartment, Alessandro showed up at the house in via Novella on Wednesday evening. Already under investigation, he arrived aboard his SUV with a cap and hood pulled over his face. Those were the crucial moments: the detectives were putting the puzzle back together, piece by piece. Soon after, the confession. He tried to justify himself, while admitting what he had done, saying that Giulia was in pain, that she was cutting herself, and that the murder was a way “to not make her suffer”. Yet another lie, according to what was reconstructed in the investigations, from which premeditation emerged. But even when the truth was thrown in his face, Alexander tried to keep his secrets.
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