Joe Marino for NewsActress Kirstie Alley pops by a friend's house, which just happens to be next door to former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn.
"There are walls between us," the actress said with a laugh when asked if she was unnerved by the Frenchman's presence at the adjoining Franklin St. building.
As Strauss-Kahn remained under round-the-clock surveillance by an armed guard inside his $14 million "jail," the 60-year-old Alley toted her luggage across the sidewalk after arriving in an SUV.
She seemed stunned by the rush of reporters staking out the residence where the French politician remains under house arrest.
"In America, you are innocent until proven guilty," Alley said while repeatedly ringing the building's buzzer, hoping to escape the media crush. "I love our system of justice.
"Who knows what really happened?" she continued. "Hopefully, the truth comes out."
Alley - who just finished second on this year's "Dancing With The Stars" - put her foot down when asked if she planned to send Strauss-Kahn a housewarming gift.
"No," she responded curtly.