Italian stallion Silvio Berlusconi is now being accused of throwing two or three dinners a week for his circle of young women at a Roman castle on the outskirts of the the capital.
The prime minister player is already accused of holding sex parties at his mansion outside of Milan, sleeping with at least one escort at his palazzo in Rome and holding pool parties for topless models at his villa in Sardinia.
It is believed the parties at the castle caused tension among Berlusconi’s Milan girls who felt he was perhaps spending a bit too much time with his Rome conquests.
Horny Berlusconi has denied any allegation of him acting improperly and dismissed nationwide protests, held in more than 100 Italian towns and cities at the weekend, as being manipulated by his political opponents and a biased judiciary and media.
“I saw the usual partisan mobilisation against my person by a Left-wing that uses any excuse to try to beat an adversary they have not been able to beat democratically at the ballot box,” he said.
He rejected calls for his resignation and said he had always treated women like princesses.
“Every woman that has had the opportunity to know me knows my regard for them: I have always behaved with the greatest attention and respect towards them,” the sexed-up billionaire businessmen said. “I have always made it so that every woman feels, how should I say, special.”
An magistrate in Milan will reach a decision this week on whether to grant prosecutors’ request for Mr Berlusconi to be sent immediately to trial of charges of abusing his office and paying for sex with an under age prostitute
Opinion polls show that despite all the scandals, Mr Berlusconi’s People of Freedom Party still commands 27 per cent of the vote and his Northern League coalition partners nearly 12 per cent, compared with the Democratic Party’s 24 per cent.