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Real Housewife’s son charged with stalking

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Real Housewives of Melbourne star Lydia Schiavello’s son has been charged by Victoria Police with stalking and sharing intimate photos on social media, according to a report in the Herald Sun

Lorenzo ‘Lozzy’ Schiavello, 20, is facing charges for incidents alleged to have happened last year after the victim made complaints against the son of the reality show star.

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A selfie from Lorenzo’s Instagram account. Photo: Instagram

According to reports, the alleged victim is the ex-girlfriend of ‘Lozzy’, whose Instagram account documents his love of parties, nighclubs, fancy cocktails and fashion.

Schiavello shared intimate photos of his ex on his Instagram account and then did so again, although the second time the images of his ex were ‘non-intimate’.

The alleged victim went to police on both occasions triggering another run-in with the law for Schiavello who has previously been caught driving while suspended.

Lorenzo posted the photos after his relationship with the alleged victim ended, only for a new one to start.

According to the Daily Mail, Lorenzo has always been happy to share his romantic feelings on social media, opening up about an unidentified woman in 2014.

‘I’m speachless (sic), I don’t no what to say my hearts beating at a million miles an hour, I can’t stop smiling I can’t stop blushing (sic). And I’m enjoying every second. Actions speak louder than words.’

His mother, Lydia, has become something of a household name after in her two-season stint in the Real Housewives of Melbourne, which portrays the lives of a group of Melbourne socialites. 

Lorenzo will appear in the Melbourne Magistrates Court on April 10 to face charges of stalking and distribution of an intimate image.

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