Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s Semen Found On The Maid’s Clothes, French Newspaper Reports

Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s semen was found on the clothing of the New York City hotel housekeeper he allegedly sexually assaulted, according to the French newspaper, Atlantico. The NYPD reportedly examined her clothes for DNA evidence, and removed a portion of the hotel suite carpet. (This is why it’s very, very, very important that you do not take a shower, brush your teeth or wash your clothes after any type of sexual assault!) However, Strauss-Kahn’s defense team is said to be arguing that the sexual contact between the former International Monetary Fund chief and the unnamed maid was consensual. If you read the new details about the assault that I included in Today’s Lady News yesterday, you’ll likely agree with me that argument could be a stretch. According to The Atlantic Wire, after the assault, the housekeeper allegedly hid in a hallway until Strauss-Kahn left, where she was found by a supervisor who happened to walk down the hallway. She was nauseous and trembling and when her supervisor and other support staff walked back with her into Strauss-Kahn’s suite, she allegedly began spitting on the walls and floor. At one point while describing her ordeal to security staff, she allegedly went into the bathroom to vomit.

Yeah, does that sound like consensual sex to you?

[The Atlantic Wire]

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