Although perhaps not too many people will sympathize with multibillionaire playboy Silvio Berlusconi, who is notorious for spending time and money on young beauties, it’s refreshing to see someone with a voice calling it as it is where family court is concerned.Glad to see someone still willing to call a spade a spade, even if he is paying extra for his attitude.
After being ordered to pay his ex-wife nearly $50 million per year in alimony (she will receive four times the average Italian yearly salary per day), Berlusconi said the amount was determined by three feminists and a communist (is there really much of a difference?).
Friday, January 11, 2013
Feminist and communist judges
W.F. Price reports:
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Well let's put this into perspective. This guy has a habit of blaming court rulings on politcial motivations.
When he was found guilty of tax fraud by a Milan court last year and sentenced to four years in prison, he retorted that the decision was "a political sentence, the way so many other trials invented against me have been political". He is appealing against the verdict.
Berlusconi faces another ruling next month in a case in which he stands accused of paying an underage Moroccan girl, Karima El Mahroug, for sex and abusing his office by intervening to have her released from police custody when she was arrested for theft – allegedly claiming that she was a niece of then Egyptian president, Hosni Mubarak. Berlusconi denies the accusations.
Let's also keep in mind that the sleazeball is only having to part with about 5% of his income per year to pay this $50,000,000, and he was the one who got their 100,000,000 plus estate.
Some nerve calling them feminists and a communist, I'd have loved to have received the house entIrely and pay only 5% of my income to the ex. Seems to me like the ruling was heavily lopsided in HIS FAVOR !
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