The case went around the world. On May 14, 2011, when he intended to run for president, Dominique Strauss-Kahn was accused of sexual assault, attempted rape, sexual abuse and kidnapping by Nafissatou Diallo, who worked at the hotel Sofitel in Manhattan, New York, as a housekeeper. A few months later, the politician’s wife, Anne Sinclair, made the decision to end their marriage after 22 years of union. However, the despicable stories that circulated about his partner would not be entirely at the origin of the divorce.
Anne Sinclair has simply always been convinced of the innocence of Dominique Strauss-Kahn. Interviewed in a series of podcasts by France Culture, the journalist mentioned several important stages in her life, including that of this highly publicized separation: “I discover a perfectly sordid story which is on the front page of the newspapers, and he is surprised since he had just confided in me when it came out, she says. Of course, it starts a life, it starts relationships, it starts everything. There was a moment when I said stop.”
She does not believe for a single second in the accusations made against her husband
She had already told this story in detail in a book published in 2021, entitled Perfect tense. Anne Sinclair and Dominique…
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