May 23, 2011
Dominique Strauss-Kahn is getting a taste of the Bernard Madoff treatment as he adjusts his lifestyle from champagne socialism to battling sex crime charges.
The fallen IMF leader had to agree to become a cyber-prisoner of the same security-intelligence company which guarded notorious financier Madoff to convince a New York judge to give him a chance to plot a defense on bail.
The security firm Stroz Friedberg used one of its apartments at the Empire Building on Broadway as a temporary bolt-hole for Strauss-Kahn, when residents blocked him from moving to one his wife Anne Sinclair had found.
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