After Vittorio Feltri, it was over Vittorio Sgarbi discuss with Vladimir Luxuria in the study of "Live – It's not D & # 39; Urso", a dialogue soon went into the furious quarrel: everything comes from an explanation some time ago the art critic associated the former legislator with prostitution.
In the studio, Sgarbi does not deny and admits that he read it in an interview with the same Luxuria released by Corriere della Sera. But she denies this and tells of a meeting that took place with the art critic in the 90s on the street and that he would have done wrong. However, Sgarbi replies: "Prostitution is explained in an interview and it's not seen by me in the 90s but in the 80s. And one evening I go out and see her in the obvious position to strike. "Luxuria denies again and at that point Sgarbi starts to get annoyed:" Don't you hit? Have you never done that? "
The tones inevitably rise, Luxuria doesn't fit. He gets up and exclaims: "A person I must have the right to walk on the street and not be mistaken for a prostitute!" Sgarbi does not give: "Not an exchange, you were a prostitute! You explained it, do not deny the reality!"
The argument is raging now. "What right are you to talk about my life? But how dare you!" shouts Luxuria and provokes Sgarbi's final reaction: "Are you ashamed of the past, for what you were? Weren't you a man? I saw another! It wasn't you, I don't know!"