Gina Lollobrigida passed away

In 2021, the Italian Supreme Court of Cassation, at the request of her son, ruled that Lollobrigida should have a legal guardian appointed to manage her affairs so that she was not taken advantage of. Although the court determined she was not mentally incapable, medical evidence had indicated that there was “a weakening in her correct perception of reality” and that she was in a state of “vulnerability”.