ON TRIAL

DSK’s 'Aggravated Pimping' Trial Is Set

Dominique Strauss-Kahn will appear in court Monday to face “aggravated pimping” charges. The former IMF chief is accused of helping to procure prostitutes at a hotel in Lille and hiring them for sex parties in the city, as well in Paris and Washington, D.C. Strauss-Kahn will appear in court alongside accused brothel owner “Dodo the Pimp.” Strauss-Kahn’s lawyers are claiming that although he attended these sex parties, he did not realize the women were prostitutes. The case marks Strauss-Kahn’s latest sexual allegation. He has previously faced accusations of gang rape, attempted rape, and sexual assault.