ROME (AFP) - An Italian court has ordered Silvio Berlusconi to pay his second wife $3.95 million a month or $48m a year alimony as part of a legal separation settlement opening the way for their divorce, media reports said Friday.Veronica Lario filed for divorce in 2009 after revelations that Berlusconi, notorious for his dalliances with other women, had attended the 18th birthday party of an aspiring blond model who called him “Daddy.” She described Berlusconi as “a dragon to whom young virgins offer themselves,” accused him of being “unwell” and said she could not stay with a man “who frequents minors.” Under Italian law, married couples have to wait at least three years to divorce once a legal separation settlement has been established.