Venerdì, 19 Ottobre 2018

Prosecutor probed for 'aiding' Berlusconi in sex-party case


(ANSA) - Bari, September 25 - Bari chief prosecutor Antonio
Laudati has been put under investigation for allegedly trying to
thwart a probe into alleged sex parties at former premier Silvio
Berlusconi's homes, magistrates in Lecce said on Tuesday.
Laudati is being probed for alleged abuse of power for
allegedly trying to block and hamper investigations into Bari
businessman Giampaolo Tarantini, who is suspected of having
supplied prostitutes to parties at the media magnate's homes.
He is also suspected of "aiding and abetting" Berlusconi by
trying to prevent investigations into the ex-premier.
Another prosecutor who has served in Bari, Giuseppe Scelsi,
is also being probed for alleged abuse of power.
Berlusconi is being probed over suspicions he bribed
Tarantini to lie to magistrates about the women he took to the
The case is related to an ongoing trial concerning
allegations Berlusconi paid to have sex with an underage
prostitute, Karima 'Ruby' El Mahroug, at his Arcore villa
outside Milan and abused his power to try to cover the affair
Tarantini is suspected of providing at least 30 women for
the former prime minister in a bid to exchange sex for public

photo: Antonio Laudati.

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