Content Partner Convicted in Murder of Euro Performer Charlotte Angie

Content Partner Convicted in Murder of Euro Performer Charlotte Angie

MILAN — The neighbor and content partner of European performer Charlotte Angie has been convicted in Italy for her 2022 murder.

Davide Fontana was sentenced on Monday to 30 years in prison for beating Angie to death while allegedly shooting a BDSM scene, and then chopping up her body and disposing of it.

As XBIZ reported, Fontana and Angie were neighbors in an apartment building in Rescaldina, near Milan.

In 2020, Angie — whose legal name was Carol Maltesi — was a 26-year-old single mother and a salesperson at the Parfois boutique at the Malpensa airport, when she decided during the pandemic to become an adult performer. “Charlotte Angie” emerged first on OnlyFans. To shoot her first scenes, Angie collaborated with her 43-year-old neighbor, Fontana, a bank employee and sometime food blogger. Angie would quickly be discovered as fresh, new talent and shoot for European studios.

Fontana separated from his wife in March 2021, because of his relationship with Angie. However, that relationship allegedly did not last longer than a month, and Fontana described it as open.

During the summer of 2021, shortly after breaking off her romance with Fontana, Angie made the decision to devote all of her energy to her adult career. She planned to move away from Rescaldina and commute between Verona, where her six-year-old son lived, and Prague, where she hoped to develop her incipient career as a performer in the European adult industry.

“I could not accept living without her,” Fontana told the authorities during his confession shortly after his arrest. “She was the one who was everything to me.”

According to Fontana, Angie had agreed to shoot a BDSM sex video sometime in January 2022 and they had agreed on the setup, including her being bound, her mouth being taped shut and her head covered with a hood, possibly a plastic bag.

Fontana told the authorities that after binding Angie, he took a hammer and started hitting her all over her body and on her covered head. He confessed that he then cut her throat with a kitchen knife “to avoid making her suffer.”

The next day Fontana took Angie’s car to a local store and bought a hatchet and a hacksaw. The following day, Fontana “returned to the victim's house, untied the body, freed it from the adhesive tape and began to tear it to pieces,” according to the Corriere Della Sera newspaper. As the days went by, Fontana bought a large freezer chest on Amazon to store the body parts and methodically cleaned the murder scene.

From January to March, Fontana used Angie’s phone to impersonate her on her social media accounts, and also paid her rent and bills. Through those months, Fontana traveled around the Northern Italian countryside looking for places to dispose of the body.

Authorities found the body parts, including some with distinctive tattoos, on March 20, 2022, apparently the same day Fontana finally disposed of them by throwing them down a cliff in Valcamonica.

Eight days later, Fontana went to the authorities to report Angie’s disappearance. He later said that he wanted the body parts to be identified, and that he had intended to return to his apartment and commit suicide.

“Instead he collapsed in the evening, under the weight of his contradictions,” the Corriere Della Sera reported.


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