German Chancellor Angela Merkel comments on the resignation of IMF managing director Dominique Strauss-Kahn, during a press conference with Moldova's Prime Minister Vladimir Filat, following talks at the chancellery in Berlin May 19, 2011. Germany said it respected Dominique Strauss-Kahn's decision to quit as head of the International Monetary Fund, with Chancellor Angela Merkel calling for a successor to be named soon.
I love Dominique Strauss-Kahn. I love his wife. They are great people and when they came back to Paris I sent them flowers. But you know, for people in politics, it's very embarrassing. On the left they had hoped he wouldn't come back, because I think other people want his job. And on the other side...but even in America, Clinton survived his blow job.
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In May 2011, a hotel maid Nafissatou Diallo accused former International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn of forcing her to perform oral sex and trying to rape her when she went to clean his hotel room in Manhattan. Strauss-Kahn was arres 1:44 AM from Mid Day Read more »
'Do you know who I am?': New film about Strauss-Kahn depicts former IMF chief as seedy, sex-crazed playboy
Depardieu joined by Nip/Truck's Jacqueline Bisset, who plays DSK's ex-wifePictured recreating famous moment DSK left TriBeCa home for trial in 2011 The movie, being filmed in New York, paints unsympathetic picture of DSKIn interview last year, Depardieu from Daily Mail - UK Read more »
Gerard Depardieu Plays DSK In First Trailer For 'Welcome To New York' (PHOTO)
Sex, drugs and innuendo. That's what the first promotional video for Abel Ferrara's film loosely based on the Dominique Strauss-Kahn affair is filled with. Gerard Depardieu plays DSK in the trailer for "Welcome to New York," which follows the incidents l from The Huffington Post Read more »
The new Strauss-Kahn movie trailer is too racy for the Internet
BRUSSELS, Belgium — We didn't know there was anything too raunchy for the internet, but apparently the new movie about Dominique Strauss-Kahn's fall from grace is. The trailer for "Welcome to New York," which is based on the former International Monetary from Global Post Read more »
Strauss-Kahn sex scandal talk of Cannes again
CANNES, France: The sex scandal surrounding disgraced ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn on Thursday returned to Cannes as clips of an upcoming film about the affair leaked onto the Internet. Strauss-Kahn was the talk of the festival two years ago when from Lebanon Daily Star Read more »