Imane Fadil was one of the many young women who appeared at Silvio Berlusconi's bunga bunga parties, the notorious sexfesterna that the former prime minister held on to its goods outside of Milan.
against Berlusconi, who was facing trial on charges of having had sex with a minor at one of the celebrations. Berlusconi was acquitted in that case because it failed to prove he known to the age of the girl, but he was sentenced for tax evasion and is still under investigation for other suspicions, among other things, accused him of having bribed witnesses to defend him.
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Imane Fadil alleged to have worked with a book about it she's been with, when she at the end of January was admitted to hospital with stomach pains. She thought she had been poisoned, and she died a few weeks later, on 1 march.
According to prosecutors, she had died either of poisoning or of an unusual illness, and an investigation was started.
Imane Fadil himself was afraid to be poisoned, something she told both his lawyer and his brother. The prosecutor in the investigation have seized both her mobile and the manuscript for the book.
stated that Imane Fadil could have been poisoned with radioactive substances, but the suspicion seems now to be dismissed, according to the BBC.
Fadil reported to have had high levels of heavy metals in the body, including cadmium, chromium and antimony. After that the samples from kidney and liver analyzed by the specialists is the news now that it is ”increasingly unlikely” that she would have been infected with radioactive substances.
Berlusconi is going to a third trial later in the spring, where the suspicion that he must have bribed the witnesses shall be examined. 82-year-old candidate for the EUROPEAN elections for his party, Forza Italia, and has requested that the trial be postponed over the elections, something that he denied.