Amira Pocher upset because of Pietro’s dirty pool – people

“And Pietro’s swimming pool?” Why did you make it so dirty?”

With this question, Oliver Pocher (44) really pisses off his wife Amira (29) in the joint podcast!

Because Amira can’t believe anyone seriously thinks the Pochers left DSDS winner Pietro Lombardi’s (29) chic whirlwind totally dirty. They were allowed to live in his villa in Cologne for seven months because their own house was damaged and repaired by the devastating floods last summer.

“What a joke!” Amira scolds in the current episode of “The Poachers!”.

In an Instagram story, Pietro recently showed off a rather dirty hot tub in his backyard. He commented, “Guys are wondering what’s going on in there. Wow, not good”. And a lot of people wondered, “Did the Pochers come out of the whirlwind like that?”


Pietro Lombardi took his fans on Instagram through a quick tour of his villa, also showing off his filthy hot tubFoto: Pietro Lombardi /Instagram

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Pietro Lombardi took his fans on Instagram a short time ago through his villa, also showing off his filthy hot tubPhoto: Pietro Lombardi/Instagram

“People think so too,” gets angry Oli’s wife. “It probably won’t come back to us,” she thought. But puff cake! On Instagram, the Pochers were even insulted with squatters and parasites.

“We even freshly painted the house, sometimes had to refill it,” explains the mother of two. “Even extra furniture is inside. We cleaned impeccably and left everything cleaner than before – as it should be. That’s why she said to Pietro: “It’s not possible!


Pietro moved to the hotel and let the Pochers relax in his house.  Everyone is now back in their own four wallsFoto: Henning Kaiser/dpa

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Pietro moved to the hotel and let the Pochers relax in his house. Everyone is now back in their own four wallsPhoto: Henning Kaiser/dpa

Amira clarifies: “Of course, it’s clear that he doesn’t have to say with every puff, ‘It’s not from the Pochers, it’s from me.’ In fact, I even had the pool installed a month before moving again.

She prepared everything for Pietro, screwed on the lid so that it wouldn’t fall in the wind. “So it was actually impossible for dirt to get in there. It surprised me,” says Amira.

“People jumped on it, of course, and said, ‘Hey, the Pochers… Look here how disrespectful they are with your stuff…”

And who was to blame now? Pietro has already clarified to BILD that the Pochers had nothing to do with his dirty pool“No, they weren’t. I opened the pool and forgot to put the cover back on. In the evening it rained, which made the pool dirty.

Pietro’s request: “People should stop saying, whatever was in my house, it was the Pochers.”

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