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George Clooney Sex Trial

November 18, 2011 by staff 

George Clooney Sex Trial, The trial involving former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi is looking to be a wild event, and huge A-list stars such as Cristiano Ronaldo and George Clooney are being dragged into the mess. Mail Online shared Wednesday that both Clooney and Ronaldo are expected to be called as defense witnesses, along with some 200 others who will bring testimony or evidence to the trial. The trial is expected to begin next week and revolves around three prominent Italians who allegedly recruited and hired prostitutes for the Italian prime minister.

The case has politician Nicole Minetti, agent Lele Mora, and new anchor Emilio Fede facing trial over the parties. Apparently Minetti hired the ladies via her television connections. She later earned a job within Berlusconi’s political party despite a lack of political experience. The prosecution alleges that over 30 women were hired for the parties, being paid with cars, jewelry, and cash. One of the girls was only 17 when she attended the parties, and Berlusconi allegedly had sex with her while she was underage. In Italy it is illegal to have sex with an underage prostitute. Cristiano Ronaldo and George Clooney are not expected to be called to the stand by the defense until sometime in the spring of 2012.

Cristiano Ronaldo is being called because the young lady in the middle of the mess, Karima El Mahroug, previously claimed to have had a fling with Cristiano and later threw a glass of champagne at him at a Milan nightclub. Ronaldo denies the one-night stand ever happened, and the defense is using this as evidence she is dishonest. At the time of her claims, earlier in 2011, his lawyers called the allegations “demonstrably false” and “wholly untrue.”

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