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George Clooney told to ditch his speedboat

George Clooney’s girlfriend is starting to wear the trousers! Italian model Elisabetta Canalis – whom the hunky Hollywood actor has been dating for several months — has apparently told Clooney to ditch his beloved speedboat.

“George doesn’t get much time off from filming so the time they have together is precious,” a source said.

“He loves taking the boat out on Lake Como where he has a house, but now Elisabetta has put her foot down.”

Canalis — who was recently implicated in a cocaine scandal that led to the arrests of five people — said earlier this year that Clooney makes her feel like a teenager.

“I am happy like I was when I was 18 years old. Those who criticize or invent stories about us are jealous,” she said.

“I have heard of women — even famous women — that due to this relationship removed his photo as screensavers from their computers. But in the end the best revenge over these jealous people is to be happy.

“It might seem a cliche, but unfortunately it is true: the Italians never support their own citizens who earn an opportunity or recognition abroad.

“I don’t expect to be celebrated, but neither do I expect the newspapers of our country to use as a reference point a gossip blog which is full of insults, racism and violence.”


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