They've got someone in custody.
French prosecutors will not pursue attempted rape charges.
Nineteen covers later, the tabloid cheers the dismissal of charges against their onetime "perv."
A hearing on Tuesday will likely see the criminal charges dismissed entirely.
There's a thing called the "Bronx effect."
The polygamist leader received the maximum sentence in both charges against him.
He's a "pint-size pervert" who caused a gallon of trouble.
She's seeking unspecified damages for what the suit calls "violent and deplorable acts."
Kenneth Moreno will serve a year.
He faces life in prison for raping two children.
Lawyers for DSK's accuser are combing his history of flight.
She gives lengthy interviews to Newsweek and Good Morning America.
The latest incident was this morning in Central Park.
His story raises more questions than it answers.
Either on or before his court date.
In the court of public opinion, story trumps fact.
A judge loosens the restrictions on the former IMF boss.
The accuser reportedly had a phone conversation in which she discussed the benefits of pursuing charges against Strauss-Kahn.
"Don't strike with your fist because you could break your knuckles!"