Agent cleared of raping showgirl

And Sara Tommasi's contradictory statements

(ANSA) - Milan, October 11 - Show business agent Fabrizio Chinaglia was acquitted in July of inducing show girl Sara Tommasi to have sex with him by hitting her and plying her with drugs because of the "fragile evidence", an explanation of the verdict said Thursday.
    Prosecutors argued that Tommasi had been in a state of "psychological inferiority" caused by a personality disorder and psychosis due to cocaine.
    Chinaglia was accused of forcing her to have sex by beating and threatening her.
    He was acquitted in the most complete way, because the "crime was not committed".
    Prosecutors had requested an eight-year jail term for a string of alleged crimes including sexual violence, drug distribution and extortion.
    In the explanation of the verdict, as well as the fragility of the evidence, Tommasi's "contradictory" statements were highlighted.