Swedish attacker Ibrahimovic, who is already serving a three-match Serie A ban for slapping Napoli defender Salvatore Aronica in the face last weekend, found himself at the centre of controversy once again on Wednesday during their Coppa Italia semi-final first leg clash after being involved in an exchange with Storari.
Juventus marker Giorgio Chiellini later accused Ibrahimovic of slapping Storari following his side's 2-1 win against Milan.
Milan goalkeeper Amelia though, has lambasted Juve for their antics, denying that his colleague had hit Storari.
"After looking at the footage, I would say that it is less of a slap than Ibra telling Storari that what he did was wrong when he said he had not touched a shot for a corner, only to admit he had done it after the game," Amelia told Radio Sportiva.
"Ibra only placed a finger on him to say he was wrong and it turned out to be a huge mess out of nothing, followed by Juventus' childish reaction.
"Everyone is afraid of Ibra because he is so big and he has this scary look in his eyes, but if they think they will provoke him, they are wrong.
"Against Napoli he certainly made a mistake, but he has apologised to everyone for it."