Dominic Strauss-Kahn: ‘I Can’t Have Paid For Sex, I’m A Rapist’

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Former IMF chief and one time French presidential candidate, Dominic Strauss-Kahn, has vigourously denied charges of procuring prostitution, pointing to his long history of being accused of rape.

“Procuring prostitution involves the step of obtaining consent through money. That is one more step than I’ve historically demonstrated.”

Mr Strauss-Kahn, who was once considered a French presidential frontrunner, has lashed out at the court for focusing on his proclivities, saying he’s not on trial for his deviant sexual behaviour. He had, in fact, settled a civil suit previously to avoid being on trial for his deviant sexual behaviour.

The famed economist is “accused of aiding and abetting the prostitution of seven persons, and of hiring and encouraging the prostitution of these same persons,” for a number of “sex parties” held in hotels across northern France, or as they’re known in northern France, “parties”.

“In these circumstances one isn’t always clothed, and I challenge you to tell the difference between a prostitute naked and any other woman naked,” Mr Strauss-Kahn’s lawyer, Henri Leclerc, proclaimed in his client’s defence.

Intrigued by the challenge, Mr Strauss-Kahn proceeded to arrange for seven naked women to meet him alone in a hotel room, “in the name of science and the law”.

Matthew Farthing is the International Crime reporter for The (un)Australian. He was once considered a front runner for the French presidency, but had to drop out when it was revealed he was not sexually deviant enough.

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