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Ex-IMF Chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn Cleared of Sex-Party Pimping
Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former head of the International Monetary Fund, has been confronted in court by a second woman who said he subjected her to a sex act against her will. The case against him is that, while holding the most senior economic job in the world in Washington, he had group sex with prostitutes brought to him in Europe and the US, organised by French businessmen friends at his instigation. He strongly denies knowing the women were prostitutes and maintains he thought they were swingers like himself. He denies all pimping charges. The court heard from Jade, a sex worker allegedly paid by business friends of Strauss-Kahn to attend group sex evenings. Afterwards, a friend of Strauss-Kahn suggested Jade should give him and one of his girlfriends a lift back into Brussels — where Strauss-Kahn was staying for meetings — in her car. She told the court that Strauss-Kahn said he would like to come to watch the act one day.
French Court Acquits Dominique Strauss-Kahn in Case That Put His Sex Life on View
Lille, France CNN Former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn conceded Wednesday that his approach to sex is rougher than that of most men, as he took the stand for a second day in his trial in France on aggravated pimping charges. More Videos DSK pimping trial protested by topless women.
Ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who denies charges of pimping, has told a court in northern France that he took part in only a few rare sex parties. He said prosecutors had greatly exaggerated the frequency of his "licentious evenings". There had only been 12 in three years, he said. Mr Strauss-Kahn is accused of helping procure sex workers for a prostitution ring based at a hotel in Lille. Although using prostitutes is not illegal in France, supplying them or assisting in supplying them is.