George Clooney gets protection laws to keep the paparazzi away
George Clooney has been granted two new protection laws in Lake Como, Italy, which will prevent fans and paparazzi snooping around his property.
Sources told Us Weekly magazine that the workers at nearby Laglio Council have approved the protection laws, which George hopes will keep uninvited guests away from his lakeside mansion.
The laws, enacted on June 21st and valid until October, prevent anyone from stopping on the road or water which surrounds Villa Oleandra.
Any person guilty of trespassing will be fined up to €500.
Mayor of Laglio, Roberto Pozzi said, "This type of action is designed to bring about a change in people’s behavior and create a more peaceful environment. We have to guarantee privacy and security for George Clooney and his guests."
The 53-year-old actor will marry his fiancé Amal Alamuddin early this Autumn, but the wedding venue is still unknown.
Amal (36) is a human rights lawyer based in London.
It is believed the couple will say their vows in Lake Cabo or in an exotic resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Pozzi confirmed that there has not yet been any official requests to hold the wedding ceremony in Italy.