Thursday, May 19, 2011

A reporter said that Strauss-Kahn proposed a meeting for sex

A reporter for a European paper states that the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who is accused of sex crimes against a waitress in New York, proposed for an interview in exchange for sexual favors. In remarks published on Wednesday the British newspaper The Times, this reporter recounts how former French finance minister, was arrested last Saturday in New York for alleged sexual abuse of a waitress at the hotel I was staying, was set at it after holding a group interview.

"He got my phone number through their embassy or the French Institute and started calling me saying, 'If you leave me, you have your interview," says this woman, whom the newspaper called, so fictitious, "Martina" . The reporter indicates that the head of the IMF wanted to go to their place of work, she refused, and Strauss-Kahn added that "almost begged" and hung up the phone.

Last November, two years after that first encounter with Strauss-Kahn, while she was pregnant, the IMF official was presented to the city where the journalist lived, by this account, and said he would grant an interview, but for it "had to spend a weekend with him in Paris or elsewhere." "He was incredibly insistent ...

almost explicitly said that I had to sleep with him to interview him," said the woman.

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