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Dolce and Gabbana Maintain Their Innocence, Jail Time Unlikely

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It's highly unlikely that Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana will ever set foot in a jail for their tax evasion charges (no, not even a cushy, lobster party-ridden one) considering that, in Italy, only those sentenced for more than two years actually serve time. However, the designer's lawyer released a statement yesterday, which you can read in full here, that noted his appeal will attempt to acquit them of the final count, for which they've been charged a sum of $668,650 at current exchange.

Stay tuned for the appeal process, it's going to be a long, drawn out ordeal. As WWD noted, the court is taking its summer break for 140 soon. Lobster party anyone?
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