Strauss-Kahn Admits To Sex Parties, Says He Was ‘Naive’
Dominique Strauss-Kahn has finally admitted that he hosted and took party in pricey sex parties all around the world.
Strauss-Kahn admitted to the sex parties as part of his legal defense into claims that he was linked to a prostitution ring.
Strauss-Kahn tells a French magazine:
“I long thought that I could lead my life as I wanted … And that includes free behavior between consenting adults. … I was naive.”
While he admits to attending the sex parties the former IMF head says he was never told that some of the women in attendance were prostitutes and he claims he never asked.
The New York Times investigated the sex parties which averaged a cost of $13,000. One party included a sit-down dinner where couples split up and “kisses were exchanged between one woman and another and between a husband and the wife of a friend. ”
According to a lawyer involved in the case “all ended up nude.”
While Strauss-Kahn admits that his behavior was uncalled for and “out of step with French society” he continues to maintain his innocence involving any illegal activities.
It has been more than a year since Dominique Strauss-Kahn resigned in disgrace from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Strauss-Kahn was originally charged with sexual assault at a hotel in Washington, however a Belgian prostitute eventually recanted her earlier accusation, telling the court that the encounter just involved “rough sex play” and not an attack. Despite recanting her story the investigation that followed still found reason to charge Dominique Strauss-Kahn with his involvement in the prostitution ring.