Dominique Strauss-Kahn Moving to Undisclosed New Location
Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former managing director of the IMF accused of the sexual assault of a housekeeper at the Sofitel New York, is reportedly moving from the temporary apartment building at 71 Broadway where he'd been staying since he was released from Rikers on Friday. While Justice Michael Obus was notified of his new "more permanent" lodgings today by phone, the location has not been given and a spokesman for the state court system said he himself "didn't know." DSK's $1 million bail terms require that he be under 24-hour armed surveillance and wear an electronic ankle monitor. He can only leave "under limited circumstances," though it's hard to imagine he'd really want to confront the public right now -- though, according to the Daily News, he's "bored" of house arrest. [NYT]
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