2008_09_raffaelo.jpgRaffaello Follieri, the Italian playboy-con man, pleaded guilty to wire fraud, money laundering and conspiracy yesterday, in a plea deal that will land him a minimum of five years and three months in prison. Follieri, who claimed to be a representative of the Vatican, would take investors' money and spend it on his extravagant lifestyle, which included a Trump Tower apartment and squiring his girlfriend, actress Anne Hathaway. The new news is how he agreed to surrender claim to jewelry "recovered" from Hathaway (here's a list) as well as "precious metals and jewelry" found in his Bronx storage unit. Also found among his belongings: A letter from a former Vatican secretary of state telling him to stop pretending to be affiliated with the Vatican. The Post described him as looking pale while the Times said he needed a haircut.