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It is not uncommon for Heads of States involved in scandals to be brought to court, and this has happened throughout the world in the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia.
One recent example is Silvio Berlusconi, the flamboyant media tycoon
who served not once but three times as prime minister of Italy from 1994
to 1995, 2001 to 2006 and 2008 to 2011. This despite a long list of
criminal allegations against him, including collusion with the Mafia,
false accounting, tax fraud, corruption and even bribing police officers
is indeed no stranger to the Italian courts. He has been tried over
several cases including having sex with underage girls. Berlusconi was
charged with paying for sex with underage nightclub dancer Karima El
Mahroug between February and May 2010 when she was still below the age
of 18. He was also charged with abusing his political power to cover up
the relationship. Needless to say, it was this scandal that disgusted
Italians so much that they decided to finally give him the boot.
in the U.S., Bill Clinton was caught having several sexual trysts with
an intern Monica Lewinsky between November 1995 and March 1997. All in,
the former U.S. president and husband of recently retired secretary of
state, Hillary, was accused of having 9 sexual encounters with Monica.
The president and the intern were charged with having fellatio and
other sex acts in the Oval Office itself and hauled up before a grand
jury. Despite being the most powerful man in his country and the world,
Bill found himself having to testify via closed-circuit TV and was lucky
to escape being impeached by the U.S. Congress.
Thailand, Thaksin Shinawatra the ex-prime minister and brother of the
current premier, Yingluck, was tried for corruption over the sale of
telecoms giant Shin even when he had already fled the country. Shin
Corp's disposal to Singapore investment firm Temasek in January 2006 was
one of the main catalysts for the numerous street protests that
eventually forced Thaksin to resign. The Thai courts seized more than 40
billion bhat of Thaksin’s money amid allegations that he had abused his
power and sold off Shin without paying any taxes to the government.