Ambra Battilana described a night of debauchery at Silvio Berlusconi's Arcore mansion near Milan
Chiara Danese, left, and Ambra Battilana told of Mr Berlusconi's lurid parties
LURID revelations published in an Italian daily give a glimpse into Silvio Berlusconi's infamous "bunga bunga" parties.
In excerpts of police interviews conducted earlier this month and published in the Corriere della Sera daily, beauty queens Ambra Battilana and Chiara Danese described a night of debauchery at the playboy premier's Arcore mansion near Milan, involving topless dancing, stripteases and singing.
Lawyers for Berlusconi, who is standing trial in a Milan court for paying for sex with an underage prostitute and abuse of power, rejected the report as "entirely without foundation," the ANSA news agency reported.
Ms Battilana and Ms Danese, both 19, told police they were invited to a "bunga bunga" party at the mansion on August 22, the report said.
Mr Berlusconi called the women in attendance "my girls," while they called him "Daddy" and sung "Thank God for Silvio."
After dinner, the 74-year-old said, "Are you ready to bunga bunga?" The women cried in unison, "Yes."
The women went on to describe the titillating game in stark detail, with Mr Berlusconi urging on the participants.
Ms Battilana and Ms Danese, who were due to compete in the Miss Italy pageant, said they did not want to take part, but were warned by a friend of Mr Berlusconi that they would not win the pageant if they left.