Verdict set for July 19 in Berlusconi 'pimping' case

Former TV anchor, talent scout, dental hygienist face jail terms

Verdict set for July 19 in Berlusconi 'pimping' case

Milan, July 5 - An Italian court will decide on July 19 whether to uphold the prosecution's request for seven-year prison sentences for three people accused of providing prostitutes for parties at the home of ex-premier Silvio Berlusconi. They are Lele Mora, a former talent scout; Nicole Minetti, ex-Lombardi regional councillor and the ex-premier's former dental hygienist; and TV anchorman Emilio Fede. In a related trial, a Milan court recently found Berlusconi guilty of paying for sex with an underage prostitute known as Ruby, but whose real name is Karima El Mahroug, and abusing his power to try to cover up the affair. The ex-premier was handed a seven-year sentence that he said he would appeal against. photo: Nicole Minetti.

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