Lifestyle skyn: Dominique “Diesel” Strauss-kahn is still a rock star.
The former head of the International Monetary Fund and former head and current head of Citigroup is the darling of the women’s and gay communities for his staunch opposition to male domination and for his advocacy of feminism.
In the last decade, Strauss-aknang has been called out by a host of celebrities, including Angelina Jolie, Katy Perry and Gwyneth Paltrow.
But for most of his career, the 51-year-old Strauss-hater was known as a model and an outspoken feminist.
Strauss-biker: In the late ’90s, a young man named David Strauss-Bikal was brutally murdered in an attempted robbery.
Strauss and a fellow biker named Michael McKeon, a former high school football player, were accused of the murder.
They were sentenced to death, but in 2006 a Texas jury convicted the two of murder and kidnapping.
McKeons appeal was denied and he was hanged in 2015.
Strauss’s reputation as a feminist icon and outspoken feminist campaigner have made him a pariah in the gay world.
Strauss is currently suing for $250 million in the civil rights lawsuit brought against him by the family of the murdered biker, but his lawyers have argued that he should be spared the death penalty.
Strauss: The media has never questioned me, but it has questioned my credibility.
Strauss has also said that he would be willing to make a public apology for his behavior.
And he has acknowledged that he “misspoke” about the number of times he punched his female students, though the actual number of instances is difficult to determine.
Strauss’ lawyers have also accused the media of trying to paint him as a misogynist.
They say that Strauss is the victim of a smear campaign by the gay press and that he has not been treated fairly.
Strauss claims that the media has made a series of false claims, including one that he was the victim in a sexual assault case that was dismissed by the Texas court system.
Strauss also has been accused of rape, false imprisonment, sexual assault and other offenses.
He has denied the allegations.
In a statement, the Strauss-Kennedy Family Foundation, a nonprofit that supports the Kennedy family, wrote: “In his defense, David Strauss has said that there are several times that he engaged in consensual sexual activity with students, and that in each instance he was not aware of any physical contact.”
But Strauss-haknang says that she does not believe there are any such instances.
Strauss remains defiant.
He said that the defamation lawsuit is the “most extreme and absurd attack ever mounted against him.”
Strauss’s lawyers have pointed out that the allegations against him were dismissed by Texas’ highest court, a decision that was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Strauss did not respond to a request for comment.
Strauss was born in the early 1960s in Stuttgart, Germany.
He is best known for his roles in the 1960s cult film The Passion of the Christ and the 1969 French remake of The Godfather.
Strauss, who was raised Jewish, became an outspoken critic of Israel’s military occupation and for the Israeli military’s policy of apartheid, which he said led to widespread racial discrimination against Palestinians.
Strauss said that it was “unethical” to use the word “genocide” to describe Israeli apartheid.
Strauss left Israel in 1977 to attend college in Paris, where he earned a degree in sociology.
He returned to Germany, where Strauss met his wife, Marlene.
They moved to the United States in 1983 and eventually settled in California.
In 2000, Strauss married Gwyn, a dancer and actress.
They divorced in 2011 and moved to California.
Strauss became the youngest person ever elected to the American Bar Association.
Strauss married again in 2007, but the couple’s son, Daniel, is also the current president of the Strauss Family Foundation.
Strauss attended a fundraiser in January to benefit the family’s legal defense fund.
He was in attendance for a fundraiser for the Kennedy Family Foundation on March 23 and has donated $4,000 to the family in recent years.
Strauss criticized the United Nations’ human rights report on the Israeli occupation of Palestine, saying that the report does not take into account the suffering Palestinians endure in the occupied territories.
Strauss argued that Israel is violating the Fourth Geneva Convention by occupying Palestinian lands and that the international community is not doing enough to halt the Israeli oppression of Palestinians.