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The arrest warrant on Ilona Staller, better known as Cicciolina, has been reissued after a review of her kidnapping case against the NY Supreme Court. The Hungarian ex-porn star had a lengthy divorce and custody battle with her husband in the ’90s.

Even though Ilona Staller, former porn star and politician of Hungarian-Italian origin, eventually won the custody battle against her ex-husband Jeff Koons in 1992, lately clouds have been looming over the actress again.

The battle was over the custody of their son, Ludwig, born in 1992. When Cicciolina eventually divorced from Koons, custody was given to the father, on the grounds that the mother’s occupation made it impossible to provide proper upbringing to the child, writes Blikk.

In response to this, Cicciolina “took a desperate step and kidnapped” his own son, taking him first to Hungary, then to Italy, where she lives today. The events made a massive scandal and were dealt with by both the Italian and Hungarian court.

The final decision, which was also confirmed by the European Court of Human Rights in 2009, was that Cicciolina did not commit any crime.

The case, however, is seen from a different perspective in the United States. As Blikk writes, the arrest warrant, which was issued by the Supreme Court of the State of New York and was never actually withdrawn, is now back on the agenda after a judicial review.

The current events, which have been looming over her for several years now, have been very trying for Cicciolina. According to Blikk, she even sent a clemency petition to Barack Obama in 2016.

The warrant means that if Cicciolina entered the States, she would immediately end up in prison. “Luckily, I’m in Italy now, where the warrant does not apply”, said the actress to Hungarian tabloid Ripost.

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Source: blikk.hu

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