Your contributions will help us continue to deliver the stories that are important to you. The Italian prime minister has had his lawyers file a suit not, sadly, in the clothing sense that essentially says that if such photographs exist, they breach privacy laws in Italy. Now an owner of a celebrity photography agency is saying that members of the Neapolitan mafia are trying to flog the photographs that may or may not exist. You can obtain a copy of the Code, or contact the Council, at www.
Lawyers act over alleged pictures of Silvio Berlusconi naked at orgy
Silvio Berlusconi Nude Photos to Horrify Italian Tabloid Readers? - The Atlantic
Berlusconi fury over naked photos Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi has reacted angrily to the publication in Spain of photographs showing topless women and a naked man at his villa. He also faces a probe for using state aircraft to fly guests to Sardinia. The prime minister is said to have used Italian aircraft to ferry guests to and Villa Certosa, "almost every weekend" between the summer of and January of this year, El Pais reports. Mr Berlusconi is being investigated for misuse of public funds, and confirmed on Thursday that he had been formally placed under investigation by prosecutors. But said the probe would be "swiftly shelved", insisting he was allowed to transport "people he needs" for security reasons.
Berlusconi: 'Naked Pictures Not A Scandal' (NSFW)
The photos were taken last summer while Topolanek was still the Czech PM, but he has since resigned. From Times Online:. He said that the photographs had been doctored and accused "European socialists" of orchestrating a smear campaign. According to Sky News:. News of the photos emerged while Mr Berlusconi took part in a radio phone-in.
Silvio Berlusconi and his associates mounted a vigorous damage-limitation exercise yesterday after the publication of photographs by a Spanish newspaper showing naked and semi-naked guests, including a former Czech prime minister, at his villa on Sardinia. One shows two young women topless, one wearing a tanga. Another is of a naked man standing by a swimming pool in what appeared to be a state of sexual arousal. Mirek Topolanek, the former Czech prime minister who was Berlusconi's guest last year, confirmed in Prague he was the man depicted.