Dominique Strauss-Kahn accuser goes public

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Nafissatou Diallo, the accuser in the Dominique Strauss-Kahn rape case, has come forward after two months of silence to give her version of events. She spoke with two major news outlets, ABC News and Newsweek, in an effort to combat rumors that her story has been inconsistent and that she had worked in the sex industry. The following is an excerpt from the Newsweek article

"Hello? Housekeeping.” Diallo looked around the living room. She was standing facing the bedroom in the small entrance hall when the naked man with white hair appeared.

“Oh, my God,” said Diallo. “I’m so sorry.” And she turned to leave. “You don’t have to be sorry,” he said. But he was like “a crazy man to me.” He clutched at her breasts. He slammed the door of the suite…

It goes on, and gets a lot uglier; you can also watch clips from her interview with ABC News