Dominique Strauss-Kahn

March 27, 2012 by staff 

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, an improv comedian’s caricature of a “Frenchman,” has been released on bail. In February, the deposed International Monetary Fund head and accused sexual-harasser was questioned in conjunction with an international prostitution ring.

Yesterday, a little more than a month later, he was “charged with involvement in a prostitution ring in Lille, [France],” The New York Times reports. “The filing of the preliminary charges allows for further investigation.” Strauss Kahn’s lawyer, Richard Malka, said of his client, “He firmly declares that he is not guilty of these acts and never had the least inkling that the women he met could have been prostitutes.”

An “inkling,” for those who don’t know, is a grotesque and mutually degrading sex act whose tortuous acrobatics prevent us from further describing it here.

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