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Famous love affairs of Politicians round the globe

Publish Date: 27 Sep 2012, 01:19 PM
Last Updated: 27 Sep 2012, 02:59 PM
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Famous love affairs of politicians
Famous love affairs of politicians

Love and sex, hate and redemption, guilt and lust—woven by men and women addicted to power is nothing new.
 
Right from the former President of USA Bill Clinton to former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Butto’s son Bilawal all have sometime or the other been smitten by this bug called love.

Here are some famous political personalities who succumbed to sensual lust.

Bilawal, Khar’s romance

Rumours of high-profile romance are ripe between Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar and President Asif Ali Zardari’s son Bilawal Bhutto. Thanks to a Bangladeshi tabloid’s claims.

Bangladeshi media claims that Bilawal Bhutto is in love with the 11 years older Hina Rabbani Khar.

Bilawal has decided to go ahead with his plan to marry Hina Rabbani and settle in Switzerland. Khar is also poised to end her marriage with Firoze Gulzar, from whom she has two daughters — Annaya and Dina.

The weekly tabloid also claimed that Zardari came to know about their relationship, which they otherwise managed to keep under wraps, when the duo was caught in a compromising situation inside the President’s house, where Bilawal also resides.

Monica and Clinton

The love affair of Americas’ former President, Bill Clinton with Monica Lewinsky, an intern in White house, is also very fascinating. Bill Clinton was once famous for physically indulging into many girls at a time. But his affair with Monica Lewinsky was the most popular love affair.
 
Dictator Muammar Gaddafi
       
The servants of Libyan dictator Muammar-Al-Gaddafi claimed that he was addicted to sex. The dictator allegedly raped his four female bodyguards in 2008 just before a meeting with British Trade Ambassador.

A new book on Gaddafi reveals that the Libyan dictator used to kidnap girls and rape them.
Muammar Gaddafi also hosted a trip for 20 Italian models to Libya.

The women said they were treated "like queens" by the Libyan leader but encountered no evidence of so-called "bunga-bunga" sex parties.
 
Several hundred showgirls were also recruited by a Rome-based agency, Hostessweb, to meet Gaddafi during his visits to Italy.

Silvio Berlusconi
      
The 75 years old former Italian Prime Minister, Silvio Berlusconi allegedly paid thirteen times for sex with a teenager in his villa in Morocco. It is said that his political supporters send girls to him.

A former beauty queen also revealed that she has been a secret lover of the sleazy Italian Prime Minister since she was 18 years old.

Female escorts were also supplied to Berlusconi for parties he threw at his official residences in Sardinia and Rome.

High class escort Patrizia D'Addario claimed that she was paid to spend the night with Berlusconi at his home in Rome in 2008 and she was given 1,000 Euro.

Patrizia D'Addario also praised Berlusconi for his sexual stamina saying that he deserved 'a place in the Guinness Book of Records.'

Berlusconi also recruited 33 women for his famous 'bunga bunga' parties in Milan.

Prince Harry
   
Prince Harry is also very famous for his love relations. He recently aired his nude pictures with girls on web.

Harry was also rumoured to be dating singer Mollie King in April 2012. He also dated Chelsy Davy, a former Miss Coca-Cola Rhodesia in early 2011 and also took her to his brother's wedding.

In 2003 Harry had an affair with British TV presenter Natalie Pinkham after meeting at the Rugby World Cup in 1999.
 
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(JPN/Bureau)

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