Versace, meanwhile, has been on her own tear of candid interviews; in her latest, which also touches on her struggles with addiction, her love life, and succession plans, she drops a stunning detail about the days following Gianni's murder that none of the books, documentaries, or fictional takes have included before: Madonna was there."After identification, I drove to Gianni’s villa on Ocean Drive.
Making headlines at the age of 11—I wouldn’t wish that on any child."On her noted style evolution after her brother's death:"My hair got blonder and blonder, my makeup thicker and thicker.
I felt like the whole world was looking at me with daggers in their eyes, and I created a mask that would give me protection.
Viewers should know that the series is fiction, not a documentary." (The book being Orth's , and while Versace herself claims not to have heard about it, representatives for the family did dispute its claims when it was originally released.)Apparently, while Versace was eager to correct any mistakes in the show, she didn't let the writers in on information they hadn't uncovered, like the fact that one of the most famous women in the world was there among the family in the immediate aftermath of the murder.
Dropping the details now only proves what she's been saying about others attempting to tell the story for the past two decades.
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