Fabio Lanzoni, the Italian-born sex symbol and romance-novel model who just made national headlines for going through the legal process to become a U.S. citizen, came out swinging against the Kardashian clan in a recent interview, telling the nation at-large the face of the famous family, Kim, is nothing but “trash” for legitimizing porn.
“Kim Kardashian is trash,” he said, in an interview with the New York Daily News in Los Angeles. “The wealth and power that she may have doesn’t matter. I always tell people, ‘I have more respect for somebody with no money and class than somebody who is trash and makes $1 billion.’ Now you’re trash with $1 billion.”
He also saw the Kardashians through the lens of the culture at-large, and what the family’s message to America has been in recent years.
“There are a lot of people out there, especially the younger generation, who think that the only thing they have to do to become famous is make a porn video or be doing something nasty,” Fabio said, the newspaper reported. “There is nothing extraordinary or unusual about that. The porn industry makes money from doing that every day and there’s nothing special about sex. Sex has been around since the birth of this planet.”
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He slammed the family what what he characterized as its exploitation of Lamar Odom’s near-fatal drug overdose at a brothel in Nevada. Odom was tied to the family by marriage; his recovery and its effect on the Kardashians was the topic of the family’s reality show for several episodes.
“This really shows you that the Kardashians will do anything for TV and to make money,” he said. “All the Kardashians care about is the media, money and being on camera. It shows they have no sensitivity and they don’t know when to stop. They are nothing but money whores.”
In mid-March, Fabio took the Oath of Allegiance at the Los Angeles Convention Center, in a ceremony involving about 6,000 others from 140 countries.
“This is one of the happiest days of my life,” he said, in a statement after his ceremony, CNN reported. “Over the course of my career, I’ve had the opportunity to travel the globe and America is still the greatest country on earth. There is no such thing as an Italian dream or an English dream but the American dream is alive and well.”
Fabio, in order to become an American citizen, had to be a legal resident for at least five years and show “an attachment to the principles and ideals of the U.S. Constitution,” according to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services standards.