Anne Sinclair has won the title of "Woman of the Year" in a French magazine poll, for the accomplishment of standing by her man Dominique Strauss-Kahn through accusations of sexual assault, involvement in a prostitution ring, and general dickish behavior. She beat out Christine Lagarde, who stepped in to head the IMF after DSK was ousted, and Carla Bruni. Reuters notes that Sinclair was well-known before her marriage to Strauss-Kahn for her "TV interviews and mohair sweaters," which may have given her an edge. We wonder if she'll have to give the title back if she files for divorce.
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