Strauss-Kahn's Lawyers Demand Records From Midtown Hotel
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Lawyers for former International Monetary Fund Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn are asking for a Midtown hotel's records to fight a civil lawsuit by a maid who claims she was sexually assaulted.
The subpoena to the Sofitel Hotel requests a list of phone calls made to or from Strauss-Kahn's hotel room, information about who came into the room, and statements from any hotel employee about the alleged incident.
Hotel lawyers told the Associated Press that some of the requests are too broad.
Criminal charges were dropped against the former IMF head but Nafissatou Diallo maintains that Strauss-Kahn attacked her in his room on May 14.
He has since gone back to France.