ROME  - Girls in nun costumes and one wearing a mask of footballer Ronaldinho stripped for Silvio Berlusconi, a witness said Monday at the former Italian premier’s trial for having illegal relations with an underage prostitute.

Model Imane Fadil said the first time she went to a party she was given 2,000 euros ($2,600) in cash by Berlusconi, who told her: “Don’t be offended.” That night she said she saw two young women in nun costumes with “black tunics, white veils and crosses” stripping in front of the then prime minister. One of the two was Nicole Minetti, now a regional councillor for Berlusconi’s People of Freedom party in Milan, Moroccan-born Fadil said. She claimed Minetti and the other woman stayed the night at the villa near Milan and said women who remained got more money to have immoral relations with Berlusconi.

At another party Fadil said she saw a young Brazilian model “with an AC Milan jersey and a Ronaldinho mask, who stripped down to her thong.”

Ronaldinho was at Milan, which is owned by Berlusconi, from 2008 to 2011. Fadil also said she offered Berlusconi a bit of advice on his diplomatic affairs with Moamer Kadhafi when the Libyan dictator came to visit Italy.

“I told him it was better to go and meet Gaddafi because we Arabs can be touchy,” she said.