A spectacular twist in Dominique Strauss-Kahn's rape case has resulted in his release from house arrest as attention shifts to the victim's credibility.
DNA tests confirm that the ex-IMF boss and the maid had a sexual encounter, but defense is claiming that it was consensual.
The 32-year-old maid who claims that the IMF head raped her now has allegations emerging that she was cashing in from male hotel guests for sex.
According to a source close to the defense investigation, she was receiving extraordinary tips and it's not for bringing in extra towels. The source added that she also had salon expenses paid for by men not related to her.
A letter to court from Assistant District Attorney Joan Illuzzi-Orbon regarding the hotel cleaner reveals that she lied in a U.S. asylum application, lied about being raped by soldiers in Guinea, lied about waiting in the hall outside the suite of the now famous attack that Strauss-Kahm allegedly made, and claimed another child as her own for a higher tax refund,
Strauss-Kahn, on the other hand, celebrated his freedom with a $700 dinner as he partied in Manhattan.