L-Amerikana twieġeb. Għall-ewwel darba wara li xtered il-filmat kontroversjali tal-bajd, il-persuna li tant qalu fuqha, illum tgħid tagħha wkoll.Jitkellem ukoll il-Prof. Andrew Azzopardi, dekan tal-Fakultà għat-Tisħiħ tas-Soċjetà, dwar dan il-każ.
Posted by Xarabank on Wednesday, August 14, 2019
The Maltese stripper and bachelor party entertainer at the centre of an egg-pelting controversy that has raised serious questions about how far something goes before it becomes humiliating and degrading has spoken out unapologetically.
“Let me tell you, people can say what they want, but I’m sorry, they can kiss my…. I am doing no harm to anyone, I’m not harassing anyone, and it’s no one’s business what I do in my life,” L-Amerikana told Xarabank in an interview.
“Let’s say it as it is – this country is finished. We’re going to remain 500 years backwards. I’ve turned 18, this is something normal all over the world by law. Whoever turns 18 has the right to do what they want,” she continued.
“I’m not doing anything wrong. I’m not partaking in sexual acts, we have fun, we laugh and say a few words.”
L-Amerikana went on to explain a bit more about how her business works.
Saying she often refuses offers she gets, she stated that she’s never had to do anything she didn’t want to, and always gave her consent to anything she did want to do – and said that some of the men pelting her with eggs with friends of her from school.
“Wherever I go, I have my mind at rest because I know where I am, and everyone else has their mind at rest because they know where they are with me, rest assured,” she said.
However, she made it clear that she shouldn’t be trifled with.
“Look at how quiet I am, but no one has ever had their way with me, trust me,” she said.
Saying she’s never felt abused, she said she didn’t need anyone defending her, even if they are doing it out of concern. When she was told that many people were so outraged by the video that they were speaking out to defend her, she scoffed at them.
“People can say what they want, people need to see what they are doing,” she said. “Ux defend me – I don’t need any lawyers.”
“What I do in my life, no one can tell me what to do.”