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Playboy Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi was given sexy lapdances by women dressed as NUNS at his infamous "bunga bunga" parties, it is claimed.
Berlusconi, 74, is said to have lavished gifts and money on dozens of women recruited by half-British dental hygienist Nicole Minetti, 25, and two other friends.
According to a leaked statement from one of the guests, Miss Minetti and another guest, Barbara Faggioli, 25, dressed as nuns before performing a sexy striptease for Berlusconi.
Moroccan-born Fadil Imane, 26, said she had been invited to the parties by TV newsreader Emilio Fede, 80, and showbiz agent Lele Mora, 55.
The pair are accused of recruiting dozens of attractive young women, mainly showbiz stars and models for Berlusconi.
Miss Imane said: "I went to the party and I met Silvio Berlusconi and the other girls and also there was Barbara Faggioli and Nicole Minetti.
"In the party room where there was a pole for dancing they both put on dark nun tunics, including the headcover and a red cross.
"A DJ who was there played music and they both then performed a sexy striptease, eventually ending up dancing around the pole in their underwear."
Miss Imane added that she had been left "shocked" by what she had seen.
And she added that she had "performed a belly dance for Berlusconi" as well as advise him "how best to negotiate with Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi".
She also said she had decided to speak out and reveal what she knew because she was "fed up of seeing parasites exploiting Berlusconi and his weaknesses" and which had led to her "being trapped in this infernal mechanism."
Berlusconi has always denied anything untoward happened at the "bunga bunga" parties and insisted that they were "convivial dinners, with wine, food, talking and singing".
But prosecutors insist the women — including 17-year-old Moroccan belly dancer Karima El Mahroug — were paid in return for sex.
Berlusconi is facing trial next month of having sex with Miss El Mahroug. In Italy the age of consent is 14 but paying for sex with a woman under 18 is seen as prostitution with a minor.