Published On: Tue, Feb 10th, 2015

Who’s the Real Strauss-Kahn – World Savior or Orgy Pimp? Depends Who You Ask

DSK told the court he didn't know the women he had sex with were prostitutes.

Hotel Carlton Lille + DSK

Former head of the International Monetary Fund Dominique Strauss-Kahn told a packed court room Tuesday that he attended sex parties very rarely, because—listen to this—he was “saving the world.”

Wow. We didn’t know. So sorry…

Also, he told the court he didn’t know the women he had sex with were prostitutes.

Maybe they were ambassadors from borrower nations looking for debt forgiveness?

Strauss-Kahn and 13 others are accused of “aggravated pimping as part of a group” which operated a sex ring in and around the Hotel Carlton in the northeastern city of Lille, France.

A former prostitute named “Mounia” told the court of an incident that had taken place in Paris, at a party where four prostitutes were hired.

She told the court she had made it clear that she was “very unhappy” to have anal sex. “I cried a lot….DSK must have been aware that I was unhappy, ” she said.

Mounia told the court her anal encounter with the IMF chief lasted 20 to 30 minutes.

Hey he’s been doing it to third world countries for years—so, in a way, she was lucky.

Mounia said that, yes, the sex was consensual, she’s a pro, she can take it, but, still, it was “a little brutal because he could see that I didn’t want to do that.”

Greece has been saying the same thing for three years now, but do the Germans pull out even a little bit? Not likely.

For his part, DSK, dressed in a somber, dark suit, told the court he would never have gone to all those sex orgies in Paris, Brussels and Washington had he known the women were paid to do him.

“I am horrified at the practice of using prostitutes, ” he said.

If they find him guilty, he might some day get to be horrified at being on the receiving end of that anal thing.

A little brutal?

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