Episode 171: Giovanni "Gianni" Agnelli, L'Avvocato ("The Lawyer")

Grubstakers · Episode 171: Giovanni "Gianni" Agnelli, L'Avvocato ("The Lawyer")

On this episode we cover the Italian stallion the lawyer with no law practice under his belt Gianni Agnelli. We cover how he was born with wealth from his grandfather, which included a 20 year long bender enjoying the exciting life of international playboy. This episode features such known guest stars as Winston Churchill, Mussolini, Gaddafi and Henry Kissinger they are all apart the Italian conspiracy to keep Italy “Italian.” Find out how the newest generation of Agnelli’s are continuing the tradition of abusing drugs, having sex with whomever they please as well as robbing the country of Italy blind with connections to unsavory characters that would make your Nonna say, “That’s not how you make a Sicilian pizza pie you just making a mess mama mia!”


  • On receiving an estimated $2 billion inheritance after the death of her father, legendary Fiat chairman Gianni Agnelli, in 2003, Margherita Agnelli de Pahlen asked for a full accounting of his vast estate. She claims she never got it. Five years later, de Pahlen is a dynastic outcast and has rocked the family empire—now run by her 32-year-old son, John Elkann—with a lawsuit against her father’s three longtime consiglieri. Hearing both sides, the author reports on a search for truth, a battle for control, and the possibility of a hidden Agnelli fortune.
  • Capitalism Italian-Style (Vanity Fair)
    By Alan Friedman July 21, 2014
  • NEW YORK/MILAN (Reuters) - Lapo Elkann, grandson of late Fiat patriarch Gianni Agnelli, is facing charges in New York for falsely reporting he had been kidnapped, law enforcement sources said on Tuesday.
  • The ex-boyfriend of Fiat scion Lapo Elkann claims he was sexually assaulted and left with “severe emotional distress” following a cocaine-fueled transgender orgy that spun out of control.
  • The Playboy (The Blizzard The Football Quarterly)
    Gianni Agnelli, Fiat and the making of the modern Juventus By Thore Haugstad 7th June 2019
  • La Vita Agnelli (Vanity Fair)
    When Gianni Agnelli died in January at 81, the honorary chairman of Fiat was revered in Italy for his industrial might and famous everywhere for his unparalleled style. But beyond the dazzling women—Pamela Churchill, Anita Ekberg, Jacqueline Kennedy—and the jet-set arsenal of sports cars, villas, and yachts, he was an enigma. Talking to the inner circle, which included David Rockefeller and Henry Kissinger, Judy Bachrach examines the triumphs of a legend, and the tragedies of a man. By Judy Bachrach March 22, 2011