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Italy : Imane Fadil’s autopsy report to be published in three months

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Former model Imane Fadil, a Moroccan-Italian national who died on March 1st in Milan. / Ph. DR

In 90 days, autopsy report on the mysterious death of Moroccan model Imane Fadil will be published. The decision was announced, Thursday, by the Milan prosecutor and pathologist Cristina Cattneo, appointed by judges to analyze components extracted from the remains of the key witness in the «bunga bunga» trial, who died on March 1, local newspaper La Sicilia reports.

For the record, Imane Fadil told her family and former lawyer days before her death that she fears being poisoned, underwent an in March. After tests revealed that she had high levels of heavy metals in her body, other findings released in the last couple of weeks excluded the fact that she might have been poisoned with radioactive substances.

These results, however, do not exclude the fact that the model might have died because of a rare autoimmune disease.

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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