MANHATTAN SUPREME COURT — The next court date in the case against Dominique Strauss-Kahn has been postponed again, days after his alleged victim went public with a media blitz sharing her version of the May 14 encounter.
The accuser, now identified as Nafissatou Diallo, 32, spoke to ABC News and Newsweek, and a full interview on "Nightline" is expected to air on Wednesday night.
Prosecutors declined to elaborate on the reason for the newest delay, which extends an earlier court hearing that had to be postponed when prosecutors began to express concerns about the credibility of the accuser.
"The investigation into this pending criminal case is continuing. We will have no further comment," Manhattan DA spokesperson Erin Duggan said in a statement.
Court officials said the adjournment was consented to by both sides.
In snippets of the ABC interview, Diallo appears on camera saying that she wants Strauss-Kahn to go to jail for what he did to her.
The alleged victim explained that she was pleading with him to stop his advancements while trying to protect her job.
"I want justice. I want him to go to jail. I want him to know you cannot use your power when you do something like this," Diallo said in the interview.
She is reportedly scheduled to meet with prosecutors Wednesday to discuss the case.
Strauss-Kahn, the former head of the International Monetary Fund and one-time French presidential hopeful, has been free without bail since his last appearnce in court on July 1, when prosecutors revealed Diallo had lied about her background and had changed her initial story of what happened after the alleged attack.
Diallo accused Strauss-Kahn of attempting to rape her and forcing her to perform oral sex on him.