One of the women who participated in orgies which are the subject of proceedings against Dominique Strauss-Kahn, said on Wednesday before the Correctional Court of Lille, she had told the former director general of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that she worked as a prostitute.
“I did not said ‘I’m a prostitute’, I did not say that way,” but with what she explained about her work there was “no doubt,” said the woman named Jade, during the trial, according to the story broadcast by “France Info” and “BFM TV.”
The witness stated that before one of the orgies subject of the proceeding, she had a very explicit conversation with Strauss-Kahn where she explained she worked in an exchanges dancing club and she chose the customers for sex, and therefore he understood she was a prostitute.
Asked by the prosecutor whether the woman had pointed out she was paid for sex, Strauss-Kahn said that Jade had told him that “she was paid to dance, to give dance spectacles.”
Meanwhile, the three Femen who received bare-chested Strauss-Kahn on Tuesday upon his arrival to the court, will be judged by “exhibitionism” on December 15, prosecutors announced on Wednesday.