After autopsy, investigators couldn’t find radioactive substances in Imane Fadil’s body

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Moroccan model Imane Fadil./Ph. DR

After she underwent an autopsy on Wednesday, investigators said that Moroccan model Iman Fadil, who died on March the 1st, did not have radioactive substances in her body, reports Italian daily La Repubblica.

Amid poisoning allegations, the first results of the postmortem, requested by the Milan prosecutor, do not exclude the hypothesis, suggesting that the Fadil was poisoned by heavy metals.

On Monday, Milan prosecutor said that the key witness in former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s scandalous trial had high levels of cadmium and antimony, two chemicals.

These preliminary results, however, do not exclude the fact that the model might have died because of a rare autoimmune disease, the same source said, adding that ENEA Casaccia Research Center is yet to give its last word on Fadil’s death.

Quoting investigators, Il Giornale reported that «80% percent of the results suggest that she died of natural causes».

After she was admitted to a hospital in Milan, in January, Imane Fadil told her lawyer and family that she might have been poisoned. Milan’s prosecutor opened an investigation to answer questions, regarding the «mysterious» death of the model.

For the record, Imane Fadil was one of three young women who said that Silvio Berlusconi's «bunga bunga» gatherings in his villa near Milan were sordid sex parties.

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