The former minister announced on Twitter on Friday his participation in a documentary about the events that mark his life, in particular his departure from political life.
On 18 September 2011, Dominic Strauss-Kahn TF1 JT gave his only interview in France on a case that has his name today. The former managing director of the International Monetary Fund announced on Twitter this Friday that he has agreed to take part in a documentary “for the first time” to return “throughout his (personal) and professional political history. French in International Spheres”.
“I never gave my version of the facts that marked my withdrawal from political life, others took care of me by talking from press clippings, interviews and real facts or supposedly. Now it’s time to speak,” he said in his tweet.
On May 14, 2011, Dominic Strauss-Kahn was arrested in New York on charges of sexual assault, attempted rape and forced imprisonment by Sofitel hotel maid Nafissatou Dialo. In the further popular trial, the politician did not plead guilty. The criminal proceedings were finally suspended and a financial agreement was reached between the two parties.
Another movie on Netflix
The announcement of this film, which is due to be screened in the fall of 2021, was released a few days before December 7 in four episodes of the Netflix documentary series, directed by Gillle Lespert. With rights Room 2806, referring to the number of the Sofitel suite in which he was staying, she returns to the DSK novel, in particular with the testimony of Nafissatou Diallo.
Nafissatou Diallo had appeared in one of Paris match September 9. In an interview, she claimed to have “been a victim of Dominic Strauss-Kahn” and confirmed that the affair had “ruined his life”.
“If I had to do it again, I would do exactly the same thing. What happened to me. I told the truth and I was deprived of the truth. (…) I will never recover from New York. Prosecutors treated me. Due to what they “I was called a prostitute,” she told the magazine.
She also announced the upcoming publication of a book on the Sofitel case to “wipe out” the facts.