A law firm for “My Unorthodox Life” star Julia Haart known as estranged spouse Silvio Scaglia “a batterer with funds to burn” – as Scaglia’s attorney known as her abuse allegations a “sham,” during a Friday court hearing in their bitter break up.
Haart, 50 – a former member of the Orthodox Jewish community – submitted for divorce from Scaglia in February after he canned her as CEO from his firm Elite Planet Group.
The Netflix character then secured a momentary buy of security in family members court versus Scaglia – which her attorney Danielle Petitti argued throughout a Manhattan Supreme Court video hearing Friday ought to be designed long term.
Petitti accused Scaglia – an Italian billionaire – of harassing and threatening her customer by selecting a general public relations rep for $50,000 a thirty day period to wage a media war towards her and a substantial-profile criminal defense legal professional to “convince” prosecutors to deliver criminal charges against her.
“This is the habits of a batterer with money to burn,” Petitti reported.
Petitti summarized testimony from Haart in the ongoing demo about a series of incidents when Scaglia allegedly berated and yelled at Haart – including a person alleged January 2021 battle that culminated in Haart crying bare on the rest room floor.
“All of the proof displays a pattern of domestic violence and a sample of handle,” Petitti said.
Scaglia’s habits “caused her to encounter symptoms akin to a panic attack … triggered it to be tough for the [Haart] – who both get-togethers concede is extremely slim – to try to eat,” Petitti claimed. “This tension caused her to eliminate her appetite and also exasperated her insomnia.”
But Scaglia’s lawyer Robert Wallack accused Haart of building up the abuse allegations declaring she has no proof for any of them.
Wallack mentioned the untrue promises are an try to get back at Scaglia for firing Haart and to assistance her secure an purchase of protection in opposition to Scaglia so he could not arrive again into their 10,000-square-foot downtown Manhattan triplex penthouse located at 70 Vestry Street.
“She is not a target of abuse and she is not a target of domestic violence,” Wallack reported.
“This entire family offense proceeding has been a sham,” Wallack argued. “It’s a pretense for her to get unique use of 70 Vestry.”
“There is zero corroborating evidence that any of [Haart’s] allegations ever happened,” Wallack charged.
Justice Douglas Hoffman explained he would difficulty a prepared decision at a later day.