Lunedì, 22 Ottobre 2018

Doctor warned Berlusconi over excessive party 'excitement'


Milan, October 26 - Silvio Berlusconi's personal
physician, Professor Alberto Zangrillo, told a Milan court on
Friday that he had advised the ex-premier to avoid excessive
"commotion" and "excitement" during alleged sex parties at his
villa at Arcore, near Milan.
Zangrillo denied ever seeing "moments of a sexual nature"
at the parties, or "girls dressed in scanty clothes" on the
couple of occasions when he had been to the dance hall at
"I was only concerned about the commotion and the
excitement, prescribed greater care for Berlusconi and told him
not to spend too much time in such situations," he told the
Berlusconi is on trial for allegedly paying for sex with an
underage prostitute called Ruby after several of the alleged
parties and coercing police into releasing her after an
unrelated theft claim to hush up the fact.
The ex-premier and Ruby have both denied the accusations.
The doctor also told the court that he had only seen
"bodies moving in time to the music, dancing and nothing
Prosecutors believe Berlusconi had sex with 33 prostitutes
at his villa in Arcore over the course of several months.
The prostitutes were allegedly supplied by bankrupt
ex-talent scout Lele Mora, Lombardy regional councillor and
Berlusconi's former dental hygienist Nicole Minetti, and retired
television anchor Emilio Fede.
The three are now facing charges of inducing and favouring
prostitution, including underage prostitution, in a separate

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