Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Strauss-Kahn to archiving, the waitress sues NY Post

The case with Dominique Strauss-Kahn will end in a bubble, ready to dissolve in the coming days. To hear the experts judicial record, in New York, all charges against the former director of the International Monetary Fund may be withdrawn at the hearing scheduled for July 18, if not before. The woman who accused him of sexual violence, by contrast, is painted now as a prostitute who would take advantage of the fame and money of his client to earn as much as possible.
The tabloid New York Post, which had slammed Strauss-Kahn on the front page when all the abuse aimed assumption, now takes aim at the Sofitel chambermaid, calling her a prostitute who "worked the hotel twice, collecting money from men who were staying there." On Sunday, the paper said Ophelia - so she is called by the American press - "has continued to work as a prostitute in a hotel in Brooklyn where she was hidden from investigators." The waitress replied Articles suing the tabloid.

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