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‘All-male staff` hired at Strauss-Kahn’s mansion

Ex-IMF chief has hired ‘an all-male cleaning staff’at his New York mansion.

New York: Former International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn, accused of sexually assaulting a hotel maid, has reportedly hired ‘an all-male cleaning staff’ to clean up at his New York mansion where he is currently being held under house arrest.

The male workers were spotted polishing windows, and taking out garbage from his house, the New York Post reports.

Besides, his wife, a former journalist, and daughter, Camille, were found doing their best to beatify his TriBeCa townhouse. They reportedly set up four umbrellas on the outdoor patio to shield it from prying eyes.

Earlier, 62-old Strauss-Kahn had resigned over charges of trying to rape the hotel maid.

The former IMF chief might be living in a luxury apartment with a home cinema, spa and gorgeous roof terrace, but if he is proved guilty of brutally raping the hotel maid, he could be jailed for up to 25 years.

The Frenchman was pulled from a plane bound for Paris on May 14 after the 32-year-old African maid told police that she was sexually assaulted by him at a Times Square hotel.

In her complaint, she insisted that she entered Strauss-Kahn``s room in the afternoon, and he emerged from the bathroom naked, before chasing her around his luxury Sofitel hotel suite, grabbing her and forcing her to perform a sex act on him.


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