Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn has celebrated his six million dollar pay-off to New York hotel maid Nafissatou Diallo, who accused him of trying to rape her – by cavorting with three blonde models at a Paris nightclub.
DSK, 64, was caught on camera brazenly posing with the attractive young women during a night out with pals in Paris.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn hit the town with five friends on Saturday after reaching the deal with Nafissatou Diallo to settle her civil action for sexual assault.
They are both expected to appear before a judge in the Bronx on December 7 to sign the papers that will end all legal action against him in the US.
But DSK is so hard up he may have to borrow half the money from his multi-millionaire estranged wife, French daily Le Monde said.
Meanwhile in France, DSK – a self-confessed sex addict – is also waiting to learn if he will face charges of conspiring with pimps to procure girls for sex parties around the world.
A judge in Lille will rule on December 19th whether he should stand trial over the accusations.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn – once tipped as a future president of France – seemed unworried by his ongoing legal woes as he relaxed at the chic Le Matignon night spot.
He and his friends mingled with models, who were at the club to promote a new ready-made cocktail called Sex on the Beach.
A reveler at the club told France’s Europe 1 radio: “Strauss-Kahn arrived at the club at about 10:30 p.m. with five or six other men and two bodyguards.
“They sat at a table in the VIP area before going down to the nightclub floor itself.”
Jean-Albert Vergnaud, boss of the Sex on the Beach drinks company, added: “Mr. Strauss-Kahn seemed to love our brand, and happily posed for pictures.
“Despite what some people have said, these photos are not faked and he was genuinely there that evening enjoying himself.
“It was a bit of a marketing coup for us too.”
DSK has been embroiled in a catalogue of sex scandals since being arrested in May 2011 for trying to rape Guinea immigrant Nafissatou Diallo, 29, when she came to clean his suite in New York’s Sofitel hotel.
He was charged with attempted rape, sexual abuse, a criminal sexual act, unlawful imprisonment and forcible touching and held at the city’s notorious Ryker’s Island prison.
He claimed Nafissatou Diallo Diallo had consented to sex but later described the encounter as “a moral failure” that he would regret his whole life.
All charges were then dropped a month later over concerns about the cleaner’s credibility.