Raging maids greeted former IMF leader Former IMF boss Dominique Strauss-Kahn on his way into court today. The irate housekeepers jeered him as he went into court to be arraigned on sexual assault charges with his loyal wife by his side.
The maids were waiting for the housekeeper harasser and accused assaulter.
Jeers: Angry New York City union hotel workers protest as Strauss-Kahn and his wife Anne Sinclair leave Manhattan Criminal Court after his arraignment hearing in New York today
The Daily Mail reported:
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Former IMF boss Dominique Strauss-Kahn appeared in court today to be arraigned on sexual assault charges with his loyal wife by his side.
Putting on the bravado of a man without a care in the world, he confidently strode into Manhattan Criminal Court where he pleaded not guilty to raping a hotel maid at Manhattan’s Sofitel on May 14.
As he arrived and left court, he was jeered by dozens of protesting maids – members of the New York Housekeeping Union – who shouted ‘shame on you’ as he walked past.