French Police might still question former International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn over allegations that he had sex with underage prostitutes.
The economist, 62, has previously confessed to taking part in orgies and having a "liberated but legal" sex life, reports the Daily Express. He said claims that he has slept with hookers were a "malicious insinuation" and vowed to clear his name.
Strauss-Kahn faced a tide of sex scandals after he was arrested for allegedly trying to rape a New York chambermaid earlier this year. The charge was later dropped.