American journalists have found out where he moved, the ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn, suspect in the rape of a maid New York hotel.
According to U.S. media, Dominique Strauss-Kahn was replaced by luxury apartment in the Empire Building on a four-bedroom town house in Manhattan. On Broadway the former head of the IMF moved on Wednesday evening.
Recall, under house arrest, former director of the International Monetary Fund was forced to leave his home on Broadway because of the prevailing difficulties in providing security. The prosecutor noted that the streets around his house quite narrow, which impedes the work of protection.
Decision to move the former head of the IMF, is accused of attempted rape, was taken after a telephone conversation with the judge concerned. It will be required to install video cameras and alarms due to Strauss-Kahn in new apartments.
Recall, May 15, it was reported that Strauss-Kahn was arrested by the Police Department of New York on charges of attempting to rape a maid the hotel where he lived. The police brought the head of the IMF from the plane just before leaving to Paris. The court refused to issue a high-ranking official on bail, fearing that he may evade prosecution. Maid herself confirmed that “despite their fear,” she intends to testify against the former head of the IMF in court.
In connection with the scandal Dominique Strauss-Kahn has decided to resign as head of the IMF.