Thursday, May 26, 2011

A new luxury apartment DSK

The former managing director of International Monetary Fund (IMF) Dominique Strauss-Kahn has been moved from an apartment in Lower Manhattan to another in the plush neighborhood of TriBeCa, where he continued his house arrest under the supervision of an armed guard. The Frenchman, wearing a gray suit and blue shirt, came out of their home without handcuffs, but escorted by two security personnel.

A sport utility vehicle has moved to its new home. This is a two-storey detached house with three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a kitchen and a spacious 'loft' way of living, as reported by one source close to the case. Strauss-Kahn may only leave the residence to appear before the judge, meet with their lawyers, medical exams and fulfill their religious obligations weekly.

Last Friday, was released after paying bail of one million dollars (709,984 euros) and a security deposit of five million (3.5 million). Previously, he spent four nights at Rikers Island prison on charges of attempting to rape one of the employees of the hotel where he was staying in New York.

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