Today's New York Post links former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer to Wicked Models, a second high-priced prostitution ring busted this week.
Three weeks ago Spitzer stepped down as governor after being tied to Emperors Club VIP. His spokeswoman denies he was a "Wicked" client.
Based in midtown Manhattan, Wicked Models was run by a buxom blonde named Kristin "Billie" Davis, who also saw clients as a hooker herself.
The ex-governor regularly patronized Wicked Models according to financial documents and evidence unearthed in a yearlong prostitution investigation.
Kristin "Billie" Davis, 32, is presently being held on $2 million bail after entering a plea of not guilty to charges of promoting prostitution and money laundering.
A source said that Davis - not to be confused with Sex and the City star Kristin Davis, or with Kristen, the alias by which the disgraced politician knew Ashley Alexandra Dupre, now a household name - personally serviced Spitzer.
"She personally interfaced with Spitzer a number of times" since 2003, before she became a madam, a source close to Kristin "Billie" Davis said.
When asked about the allegation, Davis told The New York Post, "I can't talk about it." Spitzer's spokeswoman, who has all the credibility in the world at this point, said that "Mr. Spitzer was not ever a client of Ms. Davis."Wicked Models is rumored to a have a high-profile client list full of athletes and politicians. The New York Daily News reports:
Investigators pored over the little black book of an alleged midtown madam whose clients are rumored to include athletes and powerhouse politicians.
Kristin Davis, the busty bottle-blond accused of running a $1,600-an-hour call girl service, has been jailed on $2 million bail after pleading not guilty to promoting prostitution and money laundering.
"Any time she got her hands on someone worth bragging about, she might have kept a memento," said Jason Itzler, the self-proclaimed King of All Pimps, who claims Davis worked for him in 2004. "She was a rock star escort."
Davis' attorney blames Eliot Spitzer, indirectly, for her arrest.
According to the New York Times:
As Kristin Davis, wearing a black hooded jacket emblazoned with rhinestones in the shape of a flaming skull, stood in front of a judge, her lawyer, Mark Jay Heller, said that she was "clothed with the cloak of innocence."
She pleaded not guilty.
Heller added that his client believed she was being unfairly "persecuted" because the recent investigation into former Gov. Eliot Spitzer's use of prostitutes had created a fervor about call-girl operations.
Wicked Models promised clients Ivy League educated women and employed dozens of prostitutes. Its website is no longer in service, but touted:
"Wicked Models is home to some of the most beautiful women in the world. We represent many different types of companions..."