MILAN — Prosecutors offered Roberto Cavalli a plea bargain carrying a sentence of two years in prison if the designer admits to charges of tax fraud, but Cavalli’s lawyer said his client will reject the offer and prove his innocence.

Cavalli’s attorney, Alessandro Traversi, recounting the events that transpired in a Florence courtroom Thursday, said the defense has no intention of accepting the plea bargain and plans to reject the offer at the trial’s next installment on Dec. 2.

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