Sunday, May 15, 2011

Accused of Sexual Abuse, IMF Director Arrested

Accused of Sexual Abuse, IMF Director Arrested A hotel employee in New York said Dominique Strauss-Kahn attacked.
Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Dominique Strauss-Kahn said the authorities detained a moment will fly from John F. International Airport Kennedy, New York. Dominique is touted to be the French president candidate is examined officers on charges of sexual assault against a hotel worker.
Dominique police secured the time will fly with Air France, Saturday, May 14, 2011 local time. As quoted by the Associated Press, police spokeswoman in New York (NYPD), Paul J. Browne said Dominique has not given a statement to police and has appointed a lawyer related to the case that this melilitnya.
The arrest was made after police received a report from a 32-year-old woman. This woman admitted Dominique came into the room at Sofitel Hotel, not far from Manhattan's Times Square, Saturday morning at 01.00 local time. At that time, said the victim, Dominique came out stark naked and immediately attacked him. Browne added that the victims were forced to perform oral sex.
The woman managed to escape and immediately reported to the police. However, when police arrived at the scene, Domonique was not in the room and left his cell phone. "Looks like she came out (hotel) in a hurry," said Browne.
The victim is now in police protection and was taken to a hospital for treatment of a number of minor injuries he sustained.
In 2008, Dominique also had examined the alleged improper relationships with female subordinates. The Board of the IMF stated that Dominique action "regrettable."
IMF spokesman in Washington, William Murray, has not been willing to provide comments related to this case.

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