Chamber Maid's Lawyer Lashes Out Against Strauss-Kahn

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Friday, 1 July 2011


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Maid's Grasp of Economic Affairs Challenged

The chamber maid from the Sofitel Hotel in Manhattan who accused Dominique Strauss-Khan of attempting to rape her is angry that Strauss-Kahn strode smiling from a Manhattan courtroom Friday after the judge in the attempted-rape case released him from house arrest amid the prosecution's newly revealed doubts about the credibility of his accuser.

The accuser's lawyer, Ken Thompson, said Straus Khan made sexual suggestions to the maid in his hotel room in exchange for debentures with a favourable long-term interest rate with an option to renew and when she refused his advances upped his offer to an interest-free bailout of the Greek economy.

Confused by his sexual suggestions and clearly superior grasp of world economic affairs the maid started screaming which led to an attempt by Strauss-Khan to quiet her by offering her ten thousand Euros for two-hundred dollars US cash, quite a generous and reasonable rate of exchange.

Strauss-Khan's lawyers say that the chamber maid's refusal to accept his offer shows a serious lack of judgment and knowledge of world economic affairs that should seriously undermine her allegations of a sexual attack against the former head of the International Monetary Fund.

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