Dominique Strauss-Kahn Rape Case Dropped
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The prostitute had accused Strauss-Kahn of restraining her feet and hands while he sodomized her in a room of the W Hotel with her cries to stop unheeded. According to the Washington Post, she did not lodge a formal complaint during her interrogation and later sent a letter to the prosecutor saying she had consented to paid sex with Strauss-Kahn. She also said that she did not intend to make a legal complaint against him. As a result, the prosecutor’s office said, the charges were dropped because, without a complaint, "the crime of rape was not constituted."
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