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Media promises million euro for Berlusconi’s nude photos

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Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi

The Italian journalists have found out there are nude photos of the Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in the company of prostitutes. The mass media have started a photo hunt, promising to pay a million euro for each of them.

The naked Berlusconi was photographed by one of regular visitors of his parties held at the Prime Minister’s villa. Recently, when working on the latest sex scandal were Berlusconi was also involved, investigators searched a number of lovers’ dwellings. The search revealed computers and mobile phones, which might contain the provocative photos of the 72-year-old politician, reports The Telegraph.

While Berlusconi’s lawyers have already filed a complaint to the law enforcement authorities, asking to observe secrecy of the compromising photos, if any. In case of their publication, such photos will be considered as fake, the politician’s lawyers emphasize.

Berlusconi’s current sex scandal has dragged on since January, this year, when it became known that an action has been taken against Berlusconi for using underage prostitute’s services. The 72-year-old politician is suspected of having an intercourse with a 17-year-old dancer from Morocco.

Initially the dancer herself quite openly talked about her relationship with Mr Berlusconi, but later she indicated that nothing had happened between her and the Italian politician. Berlusconi has repeatedly got in sex scandals – in May 2009 an underage model was his mistress, but their relationship was short.


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