1. France

    Prostitute Says DSK Threw Orgy

    Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn (C) answers journalists' questions after voting for the second round of French Socialist party (PS) primary vote for France's 2012 presidential election on October 16, 2011 in Sarcelles, northern suburb of Paris. Facing off for the prize are 57-year-old lawmaker and former Socialist Party chief Francois Hollande, the frontrunner, and Martine Aubry, another party leader who gave France the 35-hour working week when labour minister. Hollande won the first round of the primary vote last October 9, with 39 percent, and had previously been endorsed by the three other defeated candidates, including his former partner, 2007 presidential candidate Segolene Royal. Aubry came second with 30 percent but was expected to pick up many of the votes cast for Montebourg by appealing to the left-wing base of the party. AFP PHOTO THOMAS SAMSON (Photo credit should read THOMAS SAMSON/AFP/Getty Images)

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    After beating two allegations of sexual assault, Dominique Strauss-Kahn now finds himself in a new sex scandal: a prostitute testifying at an inquiry in France has said that Jean-Christophe Lagarde, a chief with France’s national police, and Strauss-Kahn organized an orgy together at a Paris hotel room in the spring of 2010. Lagarde, who was once favored to run Strauss-Kahn’s protection unit if DSK became president of France, is also said to have accompanied prostitutes to New York City for Strauss-Kahn. The revelations came during an inquiry into an underage-prostitution ring. Strauss-Kahn has not been accused, however, of sleeping with underage girls.

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