Strauss-Kahn in face-to-face confrontation with accuser Banon
epa02941002 Former International Monetary Fund Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn (R) leaves the Police Brigade fighting crime to persons (BRDP) headquarter in Paris, France, 29 September 2011, after French journalist and writer Tristane Banon confronted him. Dominique Strauss-Kahn came face-to-face with Tristane Banon, the French writer who accuses him of attempting to rape her eight years ago. Strauss-Kahn, 62, and Banon, 32, spent around two hours with police in Paris, who summoned them to present their diverging versions of the February 2003 interview, during which Strauss-Kahn allegedly attacked Banon. Neither spoke to reporters on leaving. EPA/ETIENNE LAURENT
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