She publishes her memoirs, entitled “Perfect tense”, next June 2, where she intends to tell her memories, from her birth to the present day. And if Anne Sinclair tells about her career (she was notably the host of the program “7 sur 7” between 1984 and 1997) as well as her childhood (she is the granddaughter of an art dealer), she does not the deadlock on the DSK affair, which torpedoed his 2nd marriage.
On May 30, the journalist answered questions from Audrey Crespo Mara, for “Seven to eight”. About this chapter “impossible” devoted to the arrest of her husband after the accusation of rape of Nafissatou Diallo, in Manhattan, she asks: “Imagine if I took out my memories and didn’t talk about it, what would you say? “ And to add: “without recounting facts or exchanges (…) I wanted to recount the shock that it produced on me”.
Anne Sinclair thus confides what she felt when she arrived in court with Dominique Strauss Kahn, when she heard the chambermaids shout at her “shame on you”… “I felt something strong, violent and unfair” she says. Especially since “It’s difficult to be in a story with facts that are not my fault” she also believes.
Throughout the trial, and until her separation from DSK, Anne Sinclair ensures: “I was in a situation of solidarity, because that’s what I had chosen to be at that time. But it’s true that it wasn’t all very easy.”
It also describes: “It was like being in the middle of a battle: either we scamper, or we face it. Me, I decided to hold on “ and repeats again, about her choice to support her man, “You do not leave a man on the ground”.