(Bloomberg) -- Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn was ordered to pay 74,792 euros ($82,600) in back taxes and interest in a Luxembourg court ruling over his role at a bankrupt hedge fund he co-founded.

Strauss-Kahn couldn't escape personal responsibility for Leyne Strauss-Kahn & Partners' tax obligations dating back to 2014; a Luxembourg court ruled Nov. 2, according to a statement from the tribunal published Tuesday. Strauss-Kahn had appealed a decision by the nation's tax administration.

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