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Diane Izzo Denies She Was Ever Questioned By Police With Rumours Reaching A Frenzy Following Resignations And Arrests

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Diane Izzo, the owner of Dizz Group, has come out to deny any allegations that she was questioned by police officers.

The social media rumour mill went in overdrive since the arrest of the Yorgen Fenech, the main suspect in the Daphne Caruana Galizia assassination, and yesterday’s arrest of Keith Schembri, the Prime Minister’s former chief of staff.

Diane Izzo, who was yesterday rumoured to be the owner of Egrant, a secret Panama company originally suspected to belong to the Prime Minister, wrote this:

“A short note to set the records straight. Anything circulating on social media about me personally and my group of companies is absolute non corroborated fake news.”

“At no time was I called to be questioned by the police as stated in this attempt to mudsling me and my business,” she said.

Ever since Fenech’s arrest as a key suspect in the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia on Wednesday, rumours were circling, primarily on WhatsApp, ranging from the ridiculous to the somewhat believable.

However, yesterday it reached new levels with the news that the Prime Minister’s Chief of Staff Schembri and Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi resigned, while Economy Minister Chris Cardona suspended himself.

From prisoners hanging themselves to businessmen being interrogated (and in one rumour even deceased), WhatsApp groups and other private conversations have been a frenzy of gossip and rumour.

Recently, the Gasan Group were also made to deny similar allegations.

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Julian is the Editor at Lovin Malta with a particular interest in politics, the environment, social issues, and human interest stories.

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