ROME (AP) — Italy's highest court is hearing what could be the final appeal in former Premier Silvio Berlusconi's infamous "bunga-bunga" case.

situs poker online terpercayaThe Court of Cassation will decide whether or not to make final Berlusconi's acquittal by an appellate court on charges of paying for sex with an underage prostitute during sex-fueled parties at his Milan villa, and using his influence to cover it up. A lower court had convicted the three-time former premier of both charges, and sentenced him to seven years.

The high court can decide to uphold the acquittal or throw it out, ordering a new appeals trial. A decision is expected later Tuesday.

Berlusconi last week completed his community service stint for a tax fraud conviction. He immediately threw himself back into politics ahead of regional elections in May.

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