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Netflix backs true-life Italian teen prostitute drama 'Baby'

The new show is based on a real-life scandal that implicated the husband of Mussolini's granddaughter.

Netflix's crime drama "Suburra" will soon be followed by a new Italian original show, "Baby".

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Netflix continues its international expansion with "Baby", an original Italian drama about child prostitution in Rome.

The series is loosely based on a true story, known as the Baby Squillo scandal, in which politicians and leading Italian figures including Mussolini's granddaughter were caught up in a prostitution case in 2013. 

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The show will be written by a team of young Italian writers.

Other international series backed by Netflix include "The Crown" from the UK, "Marseille" from France and "Subarra" from Italy. 

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