London, Feb 18 (ANI): A magazine owned by Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has fought back allegations that he hosted wild 'bunga bunga' sex parties in which escort girls and starlets performed pole dances and strip teases.
The fresh details of the Dec 31, 2008, party at his Costa Smeralda home, Villa Certosa, were published by Chi ('Who'), a magazine owned by Berlusconi's Mondadori publishing empire, reports the Telegraph.
It talked of a New Year's Eve soirée in which dancers were dressed as Father Christmas. The six young women danced on a stage dressed in red mini-dresses edged with fake white fur, black belts and Santa Claus hats, at his beachside villa in Sardinia.
On the other side, a Milan judge said there was 'ample' evidence that Berlusconi paid for sex with an under-age prostitute and obstructed justice by having her released from police custody.
However, Berlusconi has denied doing anything wrong and said that he would not resign, despite fierce demands from opposition parties. (ANI)