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The Six Degrees of James Cameron

James Cameron: Love him or hate him there’s no denying he’s done pretty well for himself. But would he be smart enough to connect himself to an under-aged erotic dancer via Libya’s Colonel Gaddafi?

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Karima El Mahrough

Though the Italian prime minister is being attacked for allegedly paying for sex with under-aged Morrocan-born dancer Karima El Mahrough, who is better known by her dancer name Ruby Heartbreaker, she has denied the charges.  “It is the first time in my life that a man has not tried to take me to bed. He behaved like a father, I swear,” El Mahrough told Italian newspaper La Repubblica. Though the evidence surrounding the case is still pretty compromising: to start with, Mahrough is reported to have visited Berlusconi’s residence several times after she was first introduced to the prime minister in a nightclub in February 2010; since then she has admitted to receiving 7,000 Euros from Berlusconi and shortly after was released from a jail (where she was being held on suspicion of stealing money and jewellery) after a call from the Prime Minister’s office. Incriminating as the evidence is, Berlusconi’s lawyers have called the evidence ‘laughable.’  Kipp is waiting to see how this all works out come April when the prime minister will be tried in court.

 

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