The White House Special Bureau has expressed an interest in publishing a subpoena for a woman who became famous ten years ago when she ran a prostitution service in Manhattan, said Kristin Davis on Saturday morning in a brief telephone interview  Mrs. Davis, 43, said she did not know what information she could possess of interest to Special Adviser Robert S. Muller III, who is investigating Russian interference in the 2016 elections.
"I do not know time," said Ms. Davis. But she confirmed that the office of Special Advisory Service had "requested a summons."
In 2008, Ms. Davis claimed to have delivered escort to Eliot Spitzer in the tabloids known as Manhattan Madam resigned as Governor of New York in 2008 after the New York Times reported that he had been captured by a federal investigation into prostitution had been. Mr. Spitzer denied any connection with Mrs. Davis, who spent several months on Rikers Island to run a prostitution ring.
Alain Delaquérière contributed research.