Ge­orge and Amal in cri­sis

Ex­plo­sives are dis­cov­ered at Ge­orge and Amal’s Ital­ian man­sion

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Ter­ri­fied Ge­orge and Amal Clooney have ramped up their per­sonal se­cu­rity af­ter be­ing rocked by back-to-back bomb scares, ac­cord­ing to new re­ports!

Sources say the power cou­ple is des­per­ate to pro­tect their 16-mon­thold twins Alexan­der and Ella, af­ter Ge­orge was tar­geted by so-called “MAGA bomber” Ce­sar Sayoc and a set of ex­plo­sives were found near their man­sion on Italy’s Lake Como.

Ac­cord­ing to the Na­tional En­quirer, Ce­sar has al­legedly sent sus­pi­cious de­vices to 14 celebri­ties and politi­cians al­ready – and there are ter­ri­fy­ing claims that he’s even com­piled a list of a hun­dred more po­ten­tial vic­tims!

The hor­ri­fy­ing news comes af­ter Ce­sar posted a chill­ing mes­sage on his now-deleted Twit­ter ac­count, ex­plain­ing he thought Ge­orge, 57, “should have died” fol­low­ing the star’s July scooter in­ci­dent that left him in­jured. “We al­most had a su­per cel­e­bra­tion prayers an­swer Hol­ly­wood slime of the cen­tury died. His time com­ing... awe­some,” he wrote.

Ac­cord­ing to the fright­en­ing re­port, au­thor­i­ties were called to re­move un­ex­ploded bombs from the pop­u­lar lake near Amal, 40, and Ge­orge’s es­tate ear­lier this year – and were even forced to evac­u­ate the Grav­ity star’s home­town of Laglio dur­ing the del­i­cate op­er­a­tion.

It’s be­lieved that the ex­plo­sives were dropped in the ’40s dur­ing World War II, but the op­er­a­tion was still risky. “Of­fi­cials said the bombs were still dan­ger­ous and could have ex­ploded at any time,” says a source.

It’s not the first time a bomb squad has been called to the area. Un­ex­ploded de­vices were also found in the lake in 2010, and in re­cent years an uniden­ti­fied hu­man skull and a body also washed ashore!

Now lo­cal mayor Roberto Pozzi ad­mits that au­thor­i­ties still aren’t pos­i­tive that Lake Como is com­pletely clear of ex­plo­sives.

“We don’t know of any more bombs in the lake,” he ex­plains. “But we can’t rule out that more could be dis­cov­ered.”

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