It didn’t take long for “Former Future French Prez” and full-on dirt dog Dominique Strauss-Kahn to find a landlord willing to overlook his criminal situation for the right price tag.
The former IMF head and his entourage moved into a New York City townhouse yesterday where he will be serving out his pre-trial house arrest.
The uber-luxury, $50,000-a-month townhouse at 153 Franklin St. — replete with a home theater, gym, spa, bar and rec rooms — is where the former head of the International Monetary Fund will sit out his house arrest as he awaits trial on charges he sexually assaulted and attempted to rape a Midtown hotel maid.
The silver-haired French Lothario, who just a week ago was on suicide watch in a tiny isolation cell at Rikers Island, moved last night into a three-story, 6,800-square-foot townhouse — just steps from the Robert De Niro-owned sushi hot spot Nobu — that was secured by his heiress wife, Anne Sinclair.
Flip through for more photos and a detailed description of DSK’s new jail cell.