Dominique Strauss-Kahn Allegedly Hired Prostitutes From The Same Madam As Eliot Spitzer

Rich men get their ties from Brooks Brothers, their cars from Maybach, and, apparently, their $1,200-an-hour call girls from madam Kristin Davis. Like his predecessor in public shaming, Eliot Spitzer, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the head of the International Monetary Fund who resigned Wednesday night after he was accused of sexually assaulting a New York City hotel maid last weekend, allegedly hired prostitutes from Wicked Models to keep him warm at night. (Or, just for an hour.) Madam Kristin Davis said Strauss-Kahn used her services in January 2006, requesting an “all-American girl” and paying $2,400 for two hours of her time. “He paid in cash,” Davis told the Times of London. “The first girl I sent to him said he was aggressive and didn’t want to be back with him again.” Davis claims Strauss-Kahn also hired a Brazilian prostitute in September 2006 while in New York City for a conference with Bill Clinton. Irma Bici, a Bosnian prostitute interviewed by the Daily Mail, also had unkind words about the IMF chief:

“Strauss-Kahn was rough and aggressive. However he maintained a certain level of decorum because he was dealing with an agency. The girls said he was pushy, overly grabby and forceful. He did not rape anyone. However, at $1,000 or more an hour, we expected the clients to behave like gentlemen, not animals. … I have spent three years protecting the men on my client list … [but] I will no longer protect those that abuse women.”

In his resignation letter to the IMF, Strauss-Kahn denied the sexual assault charges against him:

“To all, I want to say that I deny with the greatest possible firmness all of the allegations that have been made against me.”

I assume his lawyers will specifically deny Kristin Davis and Irma Bici’s claims soon, too, and likely use similar rhetoric that has been used about his sexual assault accuser: they’re after his money, it’s a set-up to keep him from running for the French presidency, etc., etc. While it’s true these allegations are as-of-yet unproven, it’s not looking good for Dominique : he sure seems like the Charlie Sheen of the finance world.

Or would he be the Tiger Woods?

Or the Arnold Schwarzenegger?

Hmm …

[Daily Mail UK]

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