Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's younger son Bilal Erdoğan, who was one of the prime suspects in Turkey's largest corruption case ever, has settled in Bologna, Italy, along with his wife and children  On Sunday night, the famous Turkish Twitter whistleblower Fuat Avni claimed that Bilal Erdoğan went to Italy on Sept. 27 with large sums of money.  

   Claiming that there is a plan in place for President Erdoğan and his family to escape if necessary after the Nov. 1 elections, the whistleblower also said Foreign Minister Feridun Sinirlioğlu is organizing the plan. Fuat Avni also tweeted on Monday that after Erdoğan's possible flight from the country was revealed, the presidential palace was concerned on Monday morning and there were fears the revelation would “cause resentment in the bureaucracy.” 

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Update

On Oct. 6, the İstanbul 7th Penal Court of Peace demanded that Twitter block access to Fuat Avni's account in Turkey, but the social media website has refused to obey.