Yesterday afternoon, trailed by paparazzi wagons, a decidedly more cheery Dominique Strauss-Kahn and wife Anne Sinclair headed to LaGuardia to catch a flight to Washington D.C., where the couple have a multi-million-dollar home. There, DSK is scheduled to swing by his former domain at the IMF. (Earlier this week, all criminal charges against the former IMF managing director relating to a hotel maid's accusations that he had sexually assaulted her, were officially dismissed.) While DSK and Sinclair won't be around to witness New Yorkers losing their mind as Hurricane Irene inches closer and closer, they won't exactly be out of the storm's path in D.C. either. And now for the question on every DSK-obsessed media type in the city: Will he ever come back or is the DSK saga really over? Looks like TriBeCa is still home base, but that might change if the maid, now suing DSK in Bronx court, decides to settle.
Most Viewed Stories
‘I’m No Longer Afraid’: 35 Women Tell Their Stories About Being Assaulted by Bill Cosby, and the Culture That Wouldn’t Listen
McDonald’s Prepares to Finally Give Everyone All-Day Breakfast
Jon Stewart Told Wyatt Cenac to ‘F*ck Off’ When He Was Challenged About Race
Why Lonely People Stay Lonely
The Best TV Shows of 2015 (So Far)
How Exactly Did Ant-Man Make Michael Douglas Look So Young?
What Open Marriage Taught One Man About Feminism
A Neuroscientist Argues That Everybody Is Misunderstanding Fear and Anxiety
New York Times Discovers Bleakest McDonald’s Ever
Are You a Head Person or a Heart Person?