Standing by her man:Standing by her man: Strauss-Kahn arrives in court arm in arm with his wife... and is greeted by dozens of protesting maids
I'm going to tell the world what he did: Maid's warning as Strauss-Kahn appears in court to deny rape charge
Dominique Strauss Kahn arrived 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. The disgraced former IMF leader launched the bid to clear his name today and arm in arm with his wife... and is greeted by dozens of protesting maids