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Sylvester Stallone's Daughters Undergo Navy SEAL-Style Training Amid Safety Concerns in NYC

Hollywood Icon Enlists Elite Military Instructors to Ensure Daughters' Safety in the Big Apple

Sylvester Stallone, the legendary Hollywood actor, has taken extraordinary measures to ensure the safety of his daughters, Sophia (27) and Sistine (25), who recently relocated to New York City.

Concerned about the escalating rates of violent crime in the city, Stallone enlisted the expertise of US Navy Seals to provide his daughters with rigorous self-defense training.

Despite being a New York native, Stallone expressed feeling "nervous" about his daughters' move to the city last year.

The siblings underwent intensive training boot camps led by elite special forces instructors, enduring challenging sessions that left them physically tested.

Known for his iconic role as the boxing hero in the Rocky movie franchise, Stallone injected a touch of humor into the training, reminiscent of his on-screen challenges.

One task involved the daughters chasing a chicken, evoking memories of a scene from Rocky II.

Stallone's daughters, Sophia and Sistine, who grew up in Los Angeles, have been living in New York for a year.

The move to the East Coast triggered their father's anxiety, given the city's crime rates. Although overall crime rates have decreased, assault numbers have seen an uptick, according to NYPD data.

Sistine acknowledged her father's perpetual concern, stating, "I don’t think he’ll ever be less nervous. He’s like a classic, overprotective dad with three daughters navigating the city."

The daughters also revealed an extra layer of vigilance, with their mother using an iPhone app to track their movements.

Highlighting their father's decision to subject them to military-esque self-defense training, the sisters reminisced about their childhood routine, describing it as "rigorous."

The entire ordeal has been captured and will be featured in season two of "The Family Stallone" reality series, premiering on Paramount+ on February 21.

Stallone's proactive approach to his daughters' safety reflects the ongoing challenges faced by celebrities and their families in navigating urban environments.



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