Berlusconi's pimp called him 'boss of bosses'

   Apr 25, 2:31 pm

London, April 25(ANI): A woman who allegedly recruited girls for Silvio Berlusconi's bunga bunga parties dubbed the former Italian Prime Minister " boss of bosses", it has emerged.

Local councillor Nicole Minetti, 27, made the remark about Berlusconi in a call to a pal, the Sun reported.

She said there would be a party that night and added: "There are certain types there - the whore, the South American from the favelas, the one who is a bit more serious."

In another call she said: "When I strip off I'll be just in sexy underwear."

Berlusconi, 75, is on trial in Milan for paying a belly dancer for sex when she was 17 - child prostitution under Italian law - which he denies it.

Minetti's calls were tapped by prosecutors and leaked to the Italian press. (ANI)

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