Putting his d*ck where it wasn’t wanted may get DSK a lot more than prison time! It has just been learned that the maid who has accused him of forced sodomy and attempted rape lives in a Bronx housing unit specifically designated for adults living with HIV/AIDS, and her previous home was also part of the same program.
While it has not become public whether or not the woman, a 32-year-old West African immigrant, has HIV/AIDS because of medical confidentiality laws, sources say she and her 15-year-old daughter have lived in the fourth-floor Bronx apartment since January. The residence is one of many rented by Harlem Community AIDS United, an agency that rents apartments for adults with the disease. Under the programs guidelines at least one adult in the household has to have HIV/AIDS to qualify — a healthy adult with a child who suffers from the virus would not be eligible.
According to a source, prior to moving to her current residence, the victim lived in another High Bridge apartment rented through the same Harlem United program since 2008.
According to a close family friend and her lawyer Jeffrey Shapiro, the woman is a widow and public records list her as the only adult for both her present and past residence.
The woman raised rape allegations against Dominique Strauss-Kahn, France’s leading presidential contender, Saturday, after she says he found her trying to clean his Sofitel hotel room and forced her to perform oral sex on him twice and then tried raping her. According to law-enforcement sources, she told police that after the attack she spit his semen on the floor. DNA tests are currently being run on the sample.
According to the federal Centers for Disease Control: “It is possible for either partner to become infected with HIV through performing or receiving oral sex.”
Strauss-Kahn, who was denied bail Monday, is currently being held at Riker’s Island under suicide watch. He is strapped with a device that makes sure he’s still breathing. While he hasn’t attempted suicide, the measures were recommended following a psychiatric evaluation.
Strauss-Kahn’s lawyers have already suggested that the incident was consensual, while others have suggested that she may be trying to set the French pol up. Even those who believe the accusations admit she could stand to gain a significant financial settlement if she takes certain legal measures:
One high-powered lawyer, who was among those trying to reach her to offer to rep her, said, “She could make $6 million, maybe more, just by shutting her mouth.”
Shapiro said his client learned Strauss-Kahn’s name only a “day or two” after the alleged attack.
The lawyer added, “There is no civil litigation pending or contemplated at this point.
It’s also been learned that hotel staffers did not alert the police about what happened for nearly three hours, giving Strauss-Kahn and opportunity to leave the hotel and make his way to the airport. He was already aboard a 4:40 pm flight to France, nearly about to take off when police arrested him.
And another woman has stepped forward with more allegations about Strauss-Kahn’s shady ways.
A female reporter for a European paper told the Times of London that last November Strauss-Kahn offered her an exclusive interview, “but I had to go and spend the weekend with him in Paris or somewhere.”
“He was incredibly insistent . . . He made it almost explicit that I had to sleep with him for the interview.”