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The "Manhattan Madam", which boasted prostitutes for the wealthy and famous New Yorkers, including Gov. Eliot Spitzer, somebody told Robert Mueller Special Adviser (19659004) Kristin Davis, 41, said the Mueller representative asked if she would accept a summons or if the FBI had to serve her. She said her lawyer recalled the representative on Friday to say that she would accept him.
Davis said she has no information about why she was contacted. Her lawyer, Daniel Hochheiser, did not respond immediately to a comment. A spokesman for Mueller's office declined to comment.
"It's very unusual for me, very annoying," said Davis. "That they come to me for information about Russian arrangements ̵
However, she has spent many years working for former Trump campaign consultant Roger Stone, she says four people who worked with Stone have already been summoned.
"I've been with Roger since 2010 to write webdesign and write position papers," she said. Davis ran for Governor of New York in 2010 and Auditor of New York City in 2013. "Since my campaign [for governor]I've worked for him."
As the New York Times previously reported, Andrew Miller, an employee of Stone Wer Davis campaigning in 2010 and 2013, was summoned by Mueller.
Davis said she was unable to work on Trump's presidential campaign and had no information because she was imprisoned during that time
arrested in 2013 after allegedly injecting drugs into a cooperative FBI witness between January and March had sold. She pleaded guilty to selling prescription drugs. She was sentenced to two years in prison and released in May 2016.
Davis, a former hedge fund employee, had previously spent several months in prison at Rikers Island, New York, to get prostitutes. She was nicknamed "Manhattan Madam" in New York's tabloids after publicly saying that her high-end escort service had about 10,000 well-heeled clients, half of them Wall Streeter. She said Spitzer was among her clients, but had been banned for his behavior.
Spitzer resigned as governor in 2008 after his relationship with a prostitute – who did not work with Davis – was revealed.
Davis said that on Friday afternoon she had not received a summons from the special speaker's office.