Asked by the microphone of the French Culture radio, the ex-wife of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Anne Sinclair, confessed that there was no consent about her divorce with the former boss of the IMF.
Former iconic face of TF1Anne Sinclair began her career as a journalist in 1973when he was recruited to the editorial staff ofEuropean 1. For the record, by listening to this radio every day in her youth Anne Sinclair knew that she wanted to work as a journalist later. After being recruited by FR3 (age of France 3) in 1976the journalist eventually joined the editorial staff of TF1 in 1982. Two years later, Anne Sinclair was elected to the management of control the weekly political magazine 7 out of 7, which was launched on air 3 years ago.
This program will allow Anne Sinclair to establish herself as one of the important figures of the first channel, and the French audiovisual landscape in general. He would continue to present this weekly program until 1997, winning several awards. this year, Anne Sinclair decided not to be the embodiment of 7 out of 7because her husband, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, was recently appointed to the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry in the new government formed by Lionel Jospin. This strong reporter’s choice will then be called “case law Anne Sinclair“. In fact, the host met Dominique Strauss-Kahn during the show home issues, aired on October 27, 1988.
Anne Sinclair made the decision to leave Dominique Strauss-Kahn after the Carlton de Lille affair
The journalist soon began a relationship with the politician, a member of the Socialist Party. She will finally marry Dominique Strauss-Kahn on November 26, 1991 in the town hall of the 16th arrondissement of Paris, during a civil ceremony. At that time, the future head of the IMF (International Monetary Fund, editor’s note) used the functions of the Minister Delegate for Industry and Foreign Trade in the government of Edith Cresson. The couple lived happily for many years until DSK broke out in 2011. That year, the one presented as the future president of the French Republic was arrested in New York. He was accused of sexually assaulting Nafissatou Diallo, a chambermaid who worked at the Sofitel hotel. At the time, Anne Sinclair stood up for her husband, saying in a statement that he “did not (believe) a second of the accusations made against [son] husband, Dominique Strauss-Kahn“.
Guest on the show In a low voice on French culture, Anne Sinclair revealed why she finally decided to file for divorce. Indeed, everything changed when Dominique Strauss-Kahn was cited in the Hotel Carlton case in Lille. “I discovered a completely bad story that was on the front page of the newspapers, and he was surprised because he just trusted me to come out“, explained the journalist, before explaining that it “Collection, of course, begins a life, it begins relationships, it begins everything”. “While I stand by his side as long as he is violentas long as it goes to court in New York and answers the charges that were accidentally dropped, there I took my share of support, and there was a moment when I said stop“, he added.