Call girl in Berlo scandal claims series of attacks

Call girl in Berlo scandal claims series of attacks

 
In a book about her experiences to be published on Tuesday, Patrizia D’Addario adds a lesbian dimension to the allegations surrounding Italy’s billionaire leader. The 42-year-old said after she made her allegations, a car tried to ram into hers on a road near her home town of Bari in the south of Italy. She said she had accelerated and lost control of her car.

“I found myself on the other side of the road, facing the wrong way. It was only by a miracle that I survived,” she wrote in an extract from her book published on Monday by a recently launched leftwing daily, Il Fatto Quotidiano.

D’Addario said she had also been the target of an attempted rape and received numerous menacing telephone calls. In one the caller had threatened to abduct and rape her daughter. Her mother had been punched in the face in the street.

In the latest incident, her flat had been broken into. The thieves had taken much of her clothing, her diaries and her computer, but left behind a very expensive television set, she wrote.

D’Addario claims to have visited Berlusconi’s private residence in Rome twice last year. On the first occasion, she said, the other guests at the dinner included two lesbians. They “must be at home,” D’Addario writes. “They kiss and stroke one another and address the prime minister in a very familiar way.”

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