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Investigators are examining claims that Strauss-Kahn either removed his lover from the IMF because her position within the organisation might embarrass him, or else sacked her as an act of retribution when she refused to continue their relationship.
They are also investigating claims that Miss Nagy's severance package was excessive for a person of her position.
Sources said members who had knowledge of the allegations might have been able to use that information in policy and funding disputes with their boss.
Strauss-Kahn had a high-flying political career during which, as finance minister from 1997-99, he was credited for the economic revival of France.
He was then forced to resign from Socialist Prime Minister Lionel Jospin's government after he was caught up in a corruption scandal.
Despite clearing his name, he failed to win the Socialist Party's nomination for the 2005 presidential election.