Former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn was cleared of pimping charges on Friday in France, ending four years of legal drama that began with a sexual assault charge in a New York hotel room.
The trial hinged on sex parties that took place in the midst of the global financial crisis. Strauss-Kahn described those events as much-needed "recreational sessions" at a time of intense pressure to steer the world through economic peril. He said he did not know the women who took part were prostitutes. The women involved in the sex parties described sometimes-brutal nights that, they said, were not fun for them at all. The panel of judges ruled that Strauss-Kahn was not involved in hiring the women or paying them. He was once a French presidential hopeful whose political career was tarnished by the allegations,
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