Dominique Strauss-Kahn Dodges Rape Charges Again

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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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Known and never-convicted Lothario Dominique Strauss-Kahn skirted rape charges for the second time in two years today, with French prosecutors opting to drop a preliminary gang rape case against him. The investigation stemmed from Strauss-Kahn's ties to global sex parties — for which he still faces up to twenty years in prison for procuring prostitutes — at which one woman claimed she was tied up and sodomized in a Washington, D.C., W Hotel room. Prosecutors announced today that the woman "did not lodge a formal complaint during her interrogation," the Washington Post reports, "and later sent a letter to the prosecutor saying she had consented to paid sex with Strauss-Kahn and did not intend to make a legal complaint against him." But you can see why they might've been confused.