After more than a year of her husband being embroiled in sex scandal after sex scandal, Anne Sinclair is finally leaving Dominique Strauss-Kahn. The split was first reported by the French magazine Closer, and confirmed by Reuters. After a year of rape accusations, gang rape accusations and aggravated pimping accusations, Sinclair's had enough.
It was apparently Strauss-Kahn's behaviour around the house that drove the two apart, though we suspect the sex scandals played their part too. "He's in a bad way. It's very sad," a source told Reuters. "He's mostly just at home on his own while Anne is out and about with her new job. He's shunned by everybody." We first noticed Strauss-Kahn's moping in May when he tried to convince the world he was a victim. Sinclair is busy running the French version of the Huffington Post, while Strauss-Kahn no longer works with the IMF and didn't win the French election. He's depressed about his lack of job prospects, and he's not someone you want to be seen on the town with, either.
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