Strauss-Kahn's Lawyers Have Yet To Respond To Hotel Maid's Civil Complaint
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Lawyers for former International Monetary Fund Chief Dominique Strauss-Khan have until Monday to respond to his New York City accuser's civil complaint or file a motion to dismiss it.
Hotel maid Nafissatou Diallo still claims she was sexually assaulted by Strauss-Kahn at a Midtown hotel in May.
Prosecutors in the Manhattan district attorney's office dropped criminal charges against the prominent Frenchman after questions were raised about Diallo's credibility.
Strauss-Khan has since returned to his native France.
In an interview on French television last week, the former head of the IMF said the incident was a "moral failing" on his part, but that it did not involve "violence, constraint or aggression."
Strauss-Kahn is also facing rape accusations by a French journalist, but has called her claim "imaginary."