Kanye West’s ‘wife’ Bianca Censori linked to criminal lineage with dark past

 Kanye West’s ‘wife’ Bianca Censori linked to criminal lineage with dark past

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Bianca Censori, the wife of Kanye West, comes from a family with a notable criminal history, as reported by the Daily Mail following her unofficial wedding ceremony with Melbourne architect Bianca Censori.

Bianca’s father, Elia ‘Leo’ Censori, served a significant prison term following his 1982 conviction for the possession of prohibited imported heroin. He received a five-year sentence, with a minimum of three years to be served. Intriguingly, Leo is the brother of Eris Censori, a notorious figure in the world of organized crime who was once likened to ‘Melbourne’s Al Capone.’

Eris had faced a death sentence in Western Australia for murder, though this was later commuted to a life sentence.

In addition to her father’s criminal record, Bianca’s eldest brother, Edmondo, has his own legal history in Victoria, including convictions for violence, assaulting police, theft, and making threats.

Leo Censori has also encountered legal issues related to firearm possession and the possession of fully jacketed ammunition. In 1991, Leo’s former wife, Faye Glascott, provided insights into his involvement in an illegal gambling empire.

She revealed to Herald Sun reporter John Silvester that Leo had been part of a cartel that exerted control over a significant portion of Melbourne’s underground gambling industry during the 1980s. She recalled discovering rolls of cash, sometimes as much as $40,000, discreetly stashed around their Alphington residence. There were even occasions when up to $60,000 would casually adorn their coffee table.

Currently, Leo Censori resides in the suburb of Alphington, sharing his home with his current wife, Alexandra, who is also the mother of their daughters, including Bianca.

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