Domenica, 21 Ottobre 2018

Priapus statue 'a bit of fun', says pianist at Ruby trial


Milan, January 11 - A statue of fertility god
Priapus was passed around at an August 2010 dinner party at the
Villa San Martino owned by former premier Silvio Berlusconi in
Arcore as a "joke", pianist and singer Danilo Mariani told
judges at the so-called Ruby prostitution procurement trial on
"I saw this statue with this thing," the entertainer told
presiding criminal court judge Annamaria Gatto and the other
magistrates. "The waiter brought it. It was just a bit of fun.
It got passed around. People made jokes, but none of the guests
mimed any sexual gestures".
The pianist is a defense witness in the trial of retired TV
anchorman and close Berlusconi friend Emilio Fede, bankrupt
ex-talent scout Lele Mora and ex-Lombardy regional councillor
and the ex-premier's former dental hygienist Nicole Minetti for
alleged procurement of prostitutes, including underage ones, in
connection with alleged sex parties hosted by Berlusconi.
Ruby, Ambra Battilana, Chiara Danese, Barbara Faggioli, and
Minetti were among the girls he saw at the Arcore parties, the
witness said, adding there was no stripping.
"There was dancing after dinner, and some danced more
provocatively than others. There was never any touching,"
Mariani told the court.

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