Courteney Cox and Jennifer Aniston along with Naomi Campbell, Eva Longoria, Beckham, Ryan Phillipe, Sheryl Crow and Ashley Tisdale are some of the big names who got behind a charity to end poverty in Africa by 2025 by selling snazzy t-shirts through top boutiques like Kitson and Fred Segal. But the money, at least plenty of it never made it to the charity but rather into the hot pockets of fraudster Mary Farano and her Omnipeace organization.
“I don’t think Courteney Cox and Jennifer Aniston knew anything, they are probably good people that got the same line my client got,” Signorelli’s attorney, Joe Adams, told RadarOnline.com. ”We have called and set a date and time in January for Courteney to be deposed,” Adams said. When asked if other stars would also be quizzed about Fanaro, Adams said: “I could depose any celebrity that is wearing the t-shirt because what induced them to wear it was not to raise money for Mary Fanaro, but rather, to raise money for the poorest people in the world.” “I’m sure the celebrities (displayed) on the Omnipeace website didn’t wear the shirts to make a wealthy person even wealthier.” If the case goes to trial, Adams said he planned to call some of the celebrities to testify as witnesses.
Federal investigators are expected to subpoena the testimony of Cox shortly. Fanaro said she was operating a philanthropic organization and agreed that half of the royalties would go to Millenium Peace but as yet not a penny did! The stars themselves are not accused of any wrongdoing.