Apparently being rich & (in)famous has its perks in the court room of “justice.”
Former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn has been acquitted of aggravated pimping charges by a French court.
He told the court yesterday that he participated in sex parties reminiscent of orgies in antiquity because he needed “recreational sessions” while he was busy “saving the world” from one of its worst financial crises. (Business Insider)
The women participating in these “recreational sessions” were not having fun according to Business Insider, although their failure to vocally inform Strauss-Kahn that they were obviously prostitutes helped the ex-IMF chief score victory (pun not intended).
While this mockery of justice will cause furor amongst those in favor of ending the exploitation of human beings in the “sex trade,” it may motivate IMF to purge members engaging in these prostitution parties within the highest ranks—maybe…