The young woman, kicked out of her home by her family because she was a lesbian, after she was filmed driving the car in a post on social media: “I’m 22, I bought myself a nice car, I could buy a small car and I didn’t done”. And he adds: I rented the house in Milan, we gave a year’s rent plus a two thousand euro deposit. Then I paid the dentist, the lawyer, I bought some clothes. I had nothing, everything was left at my parents’ house “
“I’m 22 and I wanted to take a whim, I bought myself a nice car, I could buy a small car and I didn’t”. This is how Malika Chalhy, the young woman from Castelfiorentino who was thrown out of her home by her family because she was a lesbian, replied in an interview with Selvaggia Lucarelli published on Tpi.it, after she was filmed driving a Mercedes in a story posted on Instagram. , just out of the dealership. A post that generated perplexity on social media after fundraisers were launched to help the girl live away from her family, which had reached the sum of about 140 thousand euros.
Malika: “I rented a house in Milan, I bought clothes …”
Expelled from home because gay, Malika’s fundraising continues
“Before the incident – said Malika Chalhy – I took 700 euros for my work in the factory, I was on layoffs since January and I helped my parents with a loan. Before, I used to take more, but few. Now I have had expenses for the car, for the dentist … after all, it’s not that my parents are ready behind me. “And he added:” I rented the house in Milan, we gave a year’s rent plus two thousand euros of deposit. Then I paid the dentist, the lawyer, I bought some clothes. I had nothing, everything was left at my parents’ house “.
An association with Laura Boldrini? The deputy denies
Roberta also speaks in the article, defined as an agent / spokesperson for Malika, who explains about the funds raised: “Together with Boldrini we had decided to found an association for victims of discrimination. We tried to involve her but she is not well and what has lengthened a bit. We are in a phase in which we do not yet know well, we put some stakes. Malika, however, is not burning the money, the good must provide well, that money is there “. But the deputy Laura Boldrini, with a statement to Tpi.it, denied: “The hypothesis of setting up an association for victims of discrimination has never been discussed with me or with any collaborator or collaborator of my staff. fundraiser”.