Amare Holi Beach Carrara have denied reports of ‘illegal workers’ at their establishment. And they have further stated that Juventus winger Federico Bernardeschi is ‘completely unrelated to the facts.’ So, in football news which may not be true, the Amare Holi Beach scandal has no relation to Bernadeschi.
According to La Nazione, local police discovered 11 illegal workers at the Amare Holi Beach Carrara plant.
And they consequently fined Juventus winger Federico Bernardeschi, who is the owner of the Amare Holi Beach establishment, €40,000.
The news spread quickly, and the establishment reacted by severing ties to the Italy international.
Instead, they are claiming that the “workers mentioned in the newspapers are external people who have organized a private party.”
Amare Holi Beach Scandal Has No Relation to Bernardeschi
The Amare Holi Beach Carrara management team has responded to accusations of illegal workers under their wing.
“In the last few hours the news regarding the fine of €40,000 to be paid by our establishment has been spreading,” the managers of the Amare Holi Beach Carrara wrote on Instagram.
“The newspapers are exploiting the news and directly the name of Federico Bernardeschi to grab a few clicks. The reported news is totally inaccurate,” their statement read.
“Amare Holi Beach does NOT have ‘illegal’ workers and embraces a policy of total transparency. The workers mentioned in the newspapers are external to our reality.
“External people who have organised a private party not linked to our brand.”
Then, the Instagram message absolved Federico Bernardeschi of any involvement: “We know how much the name of Federico can generate audiences, but we ask the aforementioned newspapers to check the news before throwing garbage on a project like this, made up of honest people who just want to re-emerge from such a devastating period.
“We also specify that Federico Bernardeschi is completely unrelated to the facts: last month our company obtained the complete management of the beach in question.”