The billionaire, who owns the football team A.C. Milan, was also found guilty of tax evasion and sentenced to 4-years in prison. He is now banned from public office for life as a result of these offenses and convictions. Publications have also written of his mafia ties and how it allegedly funded his businesses.
Berlusconi, famous for "bunga bunga" parties at his mansion, which are basically big orgies with dozens of people, deeply offended the prosecutor's office in Italy with his conduct that was caught on wiretaps. Berlusconi's leadership sent Italy into disarray and financial chaos as his cabinet was largely comprised of attractive, breast implant bearing, unqualified women with no background in politics or economics.
Berlusconi will appeal his convictions in each case but it is being stated it is unlikely he will serve anytime in prison
"Berlusconi, 76, [was] charged with paying an underage Moroccan teen for sex and then trying to cover it up with phone calls to Milan police officials when she was picked up for alleged theft. Berlusconi and the woman deny having had sex with each other...
"Even if he is convicted, there are two more levels of appeal before the sentence would become final. The process can take months." Berlusconi had already been sentenced to four years in prison in a tax fraud case in 2012...