It was a sexual trois-fecta!
Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn bedded three women during the course of a few hours the same weekend he allegedly assaulted a Manhattan hotel maid, a French magazine has reported.
DSK confessed to his wife he "had" a trio of lovers as he blew off steam before the French presidential race, according to an unnamed friend of spouse Anne Sinclair, who was quoted in Le Point magazine.
"So, it wasn't just one for the road before the presidential campaign," Sinclair's friend said. "It was three."
Sinclair, who celebrated her 63rd birthday Friday with DSK in the Berkshires, has never believed her horny husband uses anything but charm to lure the ladies.
"Dominique has never been violent with anyone," she told friends, according to the Sunday Times of London. "Even the children, he never smacked them. He's a seducer, not a rapist."
And he was honest about his habitual tomcatting, warning her, "Don't marry me. I'm an incorrigible skirt chaser," the report said. When he strayed, friends said, he would tell her, "I warned you."
Strauss-Kahn, 62, is accused of assaulting the 32-year-old maid in his Midtown Sofitel hotel room on May 14.
The frisky Frenchman was apparently a man on a mission when he arrived in Manhattan on May 13. After checking in, he tried to coax a hotel receptionist up to his suite for champagne, but she declined.
The sexed-up Socialist had better luck with another woman hours before the alleged attack. That woman -- described by Post sources as a secret girlfriend who works in banking -- was seen on surveillance video at the Sofitel with Strauss-Kahn around 1:30 a.m. on May 14. They rode the elevator up to his floor, and she left around 3 a.m.
The maid, an immigrant from Guinea, entered Strauss-Kahn's suite later that morning and says she was attacked around noon, claiming the Frenchman forced her to perform oral sex. DNA evidence was found in the room, but DSK's lawyers have suggested that any sexual contact was consensual.
Benjamin Brafman, Strauss-Kahn's lawyer, declined to comment on the report in Le Point.
A source has told The Post the criminal charges are almost certain to be dropped after questions were raised last month about the victim's credibility.
Additional reporting by Laura Italiano and Post Wire Services