Italy’s Former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi Loved Exotic Escorts
The death of the former Prime Minister of Italy, Silvio Berlusconi, has raised eyebrows on the life of a rich billionaire who can afford anything he wanted in life. He was Italy’s longest-serving prime minister and had recovered from sex and corruption scandals. After fascist leader Benito Mussolini, he served longest and was elected three times and held the position for a total of nine years.
At the time of his passing, Berlusconi’s net worth was estimated by Forbes to be $6.8 billion. This fortune was mostly derived from his stake in the media company Fininvest, which has stakes in the broadcaster MediaForEurope, the publisher Mondadori, and the Italian bank Banca Mediolanum.
Additionally, he attained worldwide recognition as the owner of the legendary football team AC Milan, which he rescued from going bankrupt in 1986, before entering politics in the 1990s.
Exotic Escorts Scandal
For Kenyans, the bunga bunga dances—where young girls participated in sex parties, including Lavender Ogolla, a Kenyan—come to mind.
Along with dancers from the Colorado Café TV Show, including Nicolle Ance Spirga and Marystell Garcia Polanco, Lavender participated in the sex parties. Lavender was one of a total of 14 women that were charged.
After lying to prosecutors, she managed to avoid jail time in 2013, but others were less fortunate. Despite being sentenced to seven years in prison, Berlusconi was ultimately found not guilty on appeal. The general public knows very little about Lavender’s life since.
Nicole Minetti, the attractive and sexy woman who received five years in prison for obtaining prostitutes for the tycoon, was among others who were sent behind bars. Her other associates, TV host Emilio Fede and show business agent Lele Mora, were each given a seven-year prison term.
Muammar al-Gaddafi, former president of Libya, first used the word “Bunga Bunga” to describe orgies with influential people such as Berlusconi and prostitutes. Later, this expression became popular in the Italian media and was frequently used in a humorous way in the international press.
The parties, which included orgies, skinny dipping, stripteases, paid entertainment from Exotic Escorts and even underage girls, were notorious for their sexual nature.
When the parties were over, the strippers—who were dressed as nuns, popes, and former US President Barack Obama—told the judges that they had been given envelopes containing cash and tiny gold necklaces with butterflies as payment.
Residents of the Olgettina estate in Milan, on the other hand, criticized them, saying that their presence “lowered the tone” of the neighborhood.
With Berlusconi defending himself against the claims as recently as February of this year, the scandal involving his sex parties persisted for more than 12 years.
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