The marriage of more than 20 years between the former managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)
Dominique Strauss-Kahn and Anne Sinclair journalist has ended, the French press said yesterday, according to which the break occurred a month ago.
The separation rumors began to be constant for weeks and yesterday in the magazine Closer that ensures it was Sinclair, editorial director of the French version of digital Huffington Post, who gave the last step.
Since May 2011, Strauss-Kahn was put in the spotlight after being accused of sexual assault by a hotel employee in New York, the support of the journalist had been constant and his fortune had been paid for fees the lawyers.
“Anne Sinclair was devoted body and soul to protect themselves against the accusations that have not stopped raining since the arrest, but has decided to move on,” the magazine concluded, recalling that on 21 November, would have celebrated the 21st anniversary of their marriage.
The weekly Le Journal du Dimanche (JDD) said that journalists who stand guard in front of the couple’s home in the exclusive “Place des Vosges” had been days since she could not see out of the well-known as DSK, as she had not changed routine.
DSK and his wife to denounce the French magazine Closer for “attacking the private life” issue that the couple has separated, reported their lawyers.
“After seeing the cover and contents of the celebrity magazine Closer , Dominique Strauss-Kahn and Anne Sinclair decided to pursue this publication for violation of privacy, “they said through a statement released to the media their lawyers , Frédérique Baulieu, Richard Malka and Henri Leclerc.
The lawyers added that soon will submit a complaint to the Tribunal de Grande Instance de Paris.
His wife, Anne Sinclair supported him last year amid the scandal that led to his resignation from the IMF.