34-year-old former model Iman Fadil, one of the most important witnesses in the "Ruby case" against Italy's former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, died as a result of poisoning with a mixture of radioactive substances, ANSA reports.
Fadil was admitted to the hospital at the end of January with complaints of bloating and vomiting. The girl died on March 1. Shortly before her death, all organs refused. Then she told the lawyer about the fear that she was poisoned.
The Ruby case was opened in March 2011 and got its name from one of the female figures, a Moroccan juvenile Karim El Marug, nicknamed Ruby.
In this case, Fadil spoke as a witness. She explained how two underage girls were dressed in non-costumes at dances at the Berlusconi villa and danced on the pylon, stroking their underwear.
According to Fadil, Berlusconi took her to the office at one of these parties and gave her two thousand euros with the words: "Don't be offended, but I know you women always need." The former prime minister himself, after the news of her death, said he had never known her and had not spoken to her.