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Clooney's Law and Order

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Three defendants from GC Exclusive—a clothing line that tried to pretend it was George Clooney's clothing line—were just found guilty of fraudulently using him to sell the "signature" line. The punishment? Vanja Goffi got three years and ten months; Francesco Galdelli, three years and six months; and Vincenzo Cannalire received one year and ten months in jail. The reasoning behind the sentencing, which sounds pretty steep, is due out in a month. [WWD, subscription req'd]