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Italy’s ex-prime minister, Berlusconi reportedly wills €100M to his girlfriend

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Italy’s former prime minister, late Silvio Berlusconi reportedly leaves a sum of €100 million to his girlfriend in will following his passing.

Berlusconi, a billionaire and one of Italy’s wealthiest individuals at the time of his passing at the age of 86 resolved a dispute concerning the succession of his business empire among his five children.

Despite not being married to his girlfriend, Marta Fascina (33), she has been designated a substantial inheritance of €100 million, a decision influenced by the objections of his children.

Additionally, the three-time former Italian prime minister, whose total assets were estimated to exceed €6 billion, allocated €100 million to his brother Paolo and €30 million to Marcello Dell’Utri, a former senator associated with his Forza Italia party, who had previously served time in prison for ties to the mafia.

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