George and Amal Clooney's Lake Como home legally protected with fines of up to €500 for anyone who approaches it

The legal measure to protect their privacy has been officially declared by the mayor of Laglio, Roberto Pozzi

Jenn Selby
Monday 06 April 2015 15:51
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If you happen to be strolling through Lake Como and fancy popping by the Clooney residence, be warned.

Anyone who leaves their car or boat within 100m of the couple’s two villas could be fined up to €500 (£370).

The legal measure to protect their privacy has been officially declared by the mayor of Laglio, Roberto Pozzi.

The actor bought the Villa Oleandra in the centre of the village for €7.5million in 2002.

George Clooney's Lake Como property

A no-go zone was declared around the residences last summer ahead of the couple’s marriage in Venice.

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