Sunday, July 14, 2013

Manhattan madam Kristin Davis says Spitzer was scared of meeting hooker at building his father built


Last Updated: 6:34 AM, July 14, 2013Posted: 12:33 AM, July 14, 2013

Eliot Spitzer feared his daddy would find out about his hooker habit, according to his rival in the city comptroller’s race.
Kristin Davis, the famed “Manhattan Madam,” told The Post she first met then-Attorney General Spitzer in 2005 when he became a customer of her prostitution business, then called Dream Girls.
Davis said she got an urgent call from her booker:
“Look, there’s a client here, a $1,300 appointment, and the girl’s running late. He refuses to wait outside. You’re going to have to let him in or lose the call.”
Davis hustled to her apartment in the 57-story Corinthian on East 38th Street, which doubled as a brothel.
Kristin Davis
Eliot Spitzer
Eliot Spitzer
“He told me he was an attorney,” Davis said. “He told me the reason he didn’t want to wait outside was because his father had developed the building. The staff knew him.”
Bernard Spitzer, a real-estate titan and philanthropist, erected the building in 1988.
Davis, who managed the hedge fund Bisys before switching to the oldest profession, took the occasion to dish about her alleged dealings with the disgraced ex-governor, who resigned in 2008 when the feds caught him frequenting a prostitution ring, the Emperor’s Club VIP.
Davis maintains she supplied him with prostitutes on a weekly basis for five years. He paid cash and used such aliases as “ES,” “James” and “Bill Gray,” she said. Officials reportedly also found records linking him to Davis’ service.
While Spitzer was polite in that first encounter, Davis said, she later blackballed him as a client twice when he racked up complaints from her girls.
“He was aggressive, trying to force them to do things,” she said. “They felt he was too rough. He was trying to pull your head toward him to make you do things uncovered. You’d say, ‘No, I have to put a condom on,’ only he’s not listening to you. He’s just steamrolling over you.”
But Davis said Spitzer had a soft side. One of his regulars, gorgeous brunette Irma Nici, once told him she was having her cat treated for cancer. The next time they trysted, Spitzer pulled out an extra $500.
“Here, this is to take care of your cat,” Davis said he told Nici.
In response to Davis’ tales, Spitzer spokeswoman Lisa Linden said, “Eliot has long said these assertions are untrue. He’s running for comptroller on his record and on the issues that matter most to New Yorkers.”
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