Anne Sinclair tossed philandering ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn out of their Paris home last month, reports say.
He had been accused of rape by a Manhattan maid and attempted rape by a French writer and was being investigated over ties to a prostitution ring in France.
“He’s in a bad way. It’s very sad,” a person who knows DSK told Reuters. “He’s shunned by everybody.”
The one-time presidential contender and his New York-born heiress wife — who had posted his $1 million bail in the now-dismissed rape case — had been living separate lives, the French magazine Closer reported.