Italian-American Super Model Vanessa Hessler Lost Her Job for Defending Mutassim Gaddafi and His Family

LOS ANGELES – Have you ever imagine what might cost you if you favor any person who hasn’t a very good repute in world media? Might be nothing but it can cost huge for the celebrities and stars.

Vanessa Hessler Defended Mutassim Gaddafi and His Family in an Interview
An Italian-American model Vanessa Hessler; who has featured in ad campaigns of top brands like Calvin Klein, Giorgio Armani and L'Oreal, lost her biggest client Monday after she defended boyfriend Mutassim Gaddafi and the Gaddafi family in an interview with Italian media.

The 23-year-old Vanessa Hessler told Italian magazine Diva e Donna that she had shared a "very beautiful love story" of four years with Mutassim Gaddafi, 36, who was killed after being captured by NTC fighters outside Sirte on October 21.

Hessler said, “The Gaddafi family is not how they are being depicted, they are normal people.” She further told that they (Italy), France and UK wrongly supported the rebels to end Gaddafi’s 42-year regime. She is disgusted by what is happening in Libya, Hessler added further.

Telefonica Germany fired Hessler on Monday from a job that had made her popular straight away among television viewers across Germany, France and Italy. Telefonica ended the agreement with a tweet stating that said the model's romantic relationships with Gaddafi family were her "private business," but the company "cannot accept her comments on the Libya conflict."

On the other hand; Facebook page of the model has been invaded by the support messages from her fans congratulating Hessler on her "courage and honesty". One fan consoled her on her firing with a picture that reads: "Stand for what is right even if you stand alone."


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