Jun 6, 2011
DSK went to court this morning where he lodged his "non-guilty" plea. In just a few minutes, his lawyers, wife and he were out of the court.
As he was leaving the court, a group of hotel employees supporting the presumed victim, started shouting to DSK, "Shame on you! Shame on you!"
It was a brief court appearance.
His next audience will be on July 18.
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