Dominique Strauss-Kahn just won’t go away. Now the French former political figure is attempting to kick-start his sullied
rapey career with a bit of ‘Oh, you know how it is when you just have casual sex all of the time, right? And the women just can’t help themselves … am I right?’ From New York Magazine:
Strauss-Kahn has already said he participated fairly regularly in “libertine parties,” where orgies were something of an inevitability. And his biography’s account of his tryst with maid Nafissatou Diallo in a New York hotel last year (he claims “he couldn’t resist a moment of pleasure” after she shot him a lustful look) suggests he’s used to having sex at the drop of a hat. The Times new reporting makes it sound like you’d run out of hats before DSK got tired of getting laid.
The exclusive orgies called “parties fines” — lavish Champagne affairs costing around $13,000 each — were organized as a roving international circuit from Paris to Washington by businessmen seeking to ingratiate themselves with Mr. Strauss-Kahn. Some of that money, according to a lawyer for the main host, ultimately paid for prostitutes because of a shortage of women at the mixed soirees orchestrated largely for the benefit of Mr. Strauss-Kahn, who sometimes sought sex with three or four women.
But what really gets me is DSK’s consistent justification of what I truly believe was the sexual assault of the New York maid Nafissatou Diallo. From the French magazine, Le Point:
“The important thing is that what happened in that room broke no law. The rest is no one else’s business.”
Word DSK? Can I have some rich, white privilege please? Because, man these American and European streets ain’t ready!
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