DSK to Meet With French Accuser

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Dominique Strauss-Kahn and Anne Sinclair, are pictured returning to their Manhattan residence after a day out. Notably, Anne Sinclair is the one with the key in her hand allowing their entry.  The last time the couple was photographed returning to their apartment, DSK had the key, but was unable to use it to open the door for some time, to the delight of  tabloids around the world.  This time, the couple had no such problems, and Sinclair got them in quite quickly. 
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Dominique Strauss-Kahn and Anne Sinclair, are pictured returning to their Manhattan residence after a day out. Notably, Anne Sinclair is the one with the key in her hand allowing their entry. The last time the couple was photographed returning to their apartment, DSK had the key, but was unable to use it to open the door for some time, to the delight of tabloids around the world. This time, the couple had no such problems, and Sinclair got them in quite quickly.

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This should go well. At the request of prosecutors, Dominique Strauss-Kahn has agreed to have an in-person chat with the 32-year-old writer Tristane Banon, who has accused the former IMF chief of attempting to rape her; he, in turn, filed a defamation suit against Banon. "The police asked me if I would accept the confrontation, I said of course I would," Banon said. "I want him to be in front of me and for him to look me in the eyes and tell me this is all in my imagination. I'd like to see him tell me that." DSK's lawyers said their client "had let the service in charge of this case know that he was at its disposal," and is totally ready for that sit-down, just as soon as he gets back from vacation in Morocco. We'll assume greetings will not include a double-cheek kiss.

Strauss-Kahn 'ready' to meet French accuser face-to-face [NYP]