Wife of Strauss-Kahn have separated from her husband
The wife of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former International Monetary Fund chief, acknowledged in a newspaper interview on Friday that the two have separated, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Anne Sinclair, a famous French television journalist who is now editor in chief of Le Huffington Post, the local version of the U.S. online news service, stood by Mr. Strauss-Kahn last year when he was arrested in New York on charges—which were subsequently dropped—of sexually assaulting a hotel maid.
Asked by French daily newspaper Le Parisien how she felt since breaking up with Mr. Strauss-Kahn, Ms. Sinclair said: "Very well, thank you....I am in good shape; I took some vacation; I work hard again."
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