Hotel maid who accused DSK pulled "double-duty" as a hooker, paper reports

A doorman loads luggage for guests at the Sofitel Hotel where the International Monetary Fund managing director Dominique Strauss-Kahn allegedly sexually assaulted a maid, on May 15, 2011 in New York City.

So someone's finally gone and said it. And rather salaciously.

"Dominique Strauss-Kahn's accuser wasn't just a girl working at a hotel — she was a working girl," the New York Post reported Saturday.

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They are referring to the Sofitel maid who claims the former chief of the International Monetary Fund sexually assaulted her in his room.

Strauss-Kahn, or DSK as he's become known during blanket coverage of the scandal that led to him resigning his IMF post, was released from house arrest on Friday by a New York court amid news that the sexual assault case against him appeared to be on the brink of dismissal.

Prosecutors on Friday acknowledged there were credibility issues over the hotel chambermaid who brought the sexual assault allegations against DSK.

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But the Post has taken it one step further, reporting that the maid was "doing double duty as a prostitute, collecting cash on the side from male guests."

"There is information ... of her getting extraordinary tips, if you know what I mean. And it's not for bringing extra f--king towels," a source told the paper.