Belgrade: Former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn, who faces aggravated pimping charges in France, says he won`t be paid for his first three months as an economic adviser to Serbia`s government.
Strauss-Kahn told reporters today he will "work three months pro bono, and then we`ll see what will happen."
He did not comment on the charges he faces back home.
The French case revolves around an alleged hotel prostitution ring and hinges on whether Strauss-Kahn knew he was partying with prostitutes and whose money was used to pay them.
His lawyers have said Strauss-Kahn had attended "libertine" gatherings but did not know that some women there were paid.