Washington, July 11 (ANI): Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn (DSK) has reportedly said that he doesn't 'have any kind of problem with women'.
According to CNN, DSK also denied the allegations by some who think he views women as 'sexual objects' and said that he doesn't think he has any kind of problem with women but has a problem with understanding what is expected from politicians of highest level.
Recently, DSK expressed his resentment over the US police's treatment with him especially with regard to his forced participation in the 'prep walk' over charges of allegedly sexually assaulting housekeeper, Nafissatou Diallo in a New York City hotel, two years ago.
While the forensic investigations proved sexual encounter, the prosecutors dropped the charges after concluding Diallo had lied about some details of the alleged attack.
The report said that more than a year later, in December 2012, DSK reached a settlement with Diallo and DSK explained that he felt he would have to pay more money in legal fees fighting it and hence opted to 'pay and go on with his life'.
DSK denied considering running for the presidency of France and said that sometimes he gives advice, and sometimes he does so for free to underdeveloped countries, the report added. (ANI)