Anne Hathaway’s Ex To Release Tell-All Book -- What Will He Write About Her?
Anne Hathaway's ex-boyfriend, Raffaello Follieri, is writing a diary of his own and plans to share it to the world.
Speaking to Radar Online, Follieri -- who went to prison for fraud after he dated -Anne - is in his early stage of writing a memoir.
Follieri said that he's taking a lot of notes from the event that took place from 15 to 20 years ago and is currently piecing all the notes together and doing the work.
In 2008, Follieri pleased guilty to 14 counts of conspiracy, money laundering and wire fraud stemming from cheating investors by falsely claiming he had Vatican connections that enabled him to buy church property at a discount. He was sentenced in 2008 to four and a half years in prison.
The Follieri Charade
Ann and Raffaello dated from 2004 to 2008. They were once one of Hollywood's hottest couples, with Hathaway even confessing they "worshipped each other."
After Follieri's arrest, however, the "Catwoman" actress broke up with him and immediately moved out of the NY apartment she shared with him. Hathaway declined to comment on the specifics if she knew about the business dealings.
Now living separate lives, Hathaway married Adam Shulman and is currently expecting their second child.
Follieri wishes his ex-girlfriend the best with pregnancy and talked about moving on with a woman named Konstantina Koulouri -- an American who stayed in touch with him when he was behind bars. They have a two-year-old son, Pasquale Leone Nicolas.
"We were friends for many years," The Italian scammer said. "As one of the friends that stayed in touch with me during that period, that was not a very easy period of my life. When I finished what I had to do, we stayed in touch and we saw each other and pretty much we fell in love."
In 2013, Follieri said he missed being in America, and when he gets enough money, he would like to ask for a presidential pardon from Donald Trump.
He added that he is not pretending that he is "some saint."
"I'm sure I made a lot of mistakes, but I think I paid greatly for my mistakes. I think everybody should have a second chance," Follieri claimed.
Follieri revealed that he has also received movie deals about his life, but he wanted to focus on his memoir first.
"If I decide to move forward with the book, for sure I know the public is looking for a more detailed story. And I will save the details for the book."
It remains to be seen what Follieri will write about his relationship with Anne in his tell-all book, but it certainly is something worth watching for.