New York City’s Dominique Strauss-Kahn Nightmare Is Over

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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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As expected, Dominique Strauss-Kahn and Nafissatou Diallo, the Sofitel hotel maid who accused him of sexual assault last year, have come to an agreement in civil court. Although the terms were not disclosed, early reports that the settlement totaled $6 million were called "flatly false" by Strauss-Kahn's attorneys. "I thank everyone all over the world and everyone at the court," Diallo said in the Bronx today after the confidential arrangement was finalized. "God bless you all."