Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s latest subpoena is raising more than a few eyes around New York City.
NBC News is now reporting that Kristin Davis, the infamous “Madam of Manhattan,” is currently negotiating “the scope” of the subpoena with Mueller’s team.
"Breaking news: NBC News has confirmed that Manhattan madame Kristen Davis is being subpoenaed by special counselor Robert Mueller… Davis just told NBC news, someone in Mueller’s office called her lawyer yesterday to ask if she would accept a subpoena…" – @NicolleDWallace pic.twitter.com/EmWFSviSqU
— Deadline White House (@DeadlineWH) July 20, 2018
Mueller is likely interested in Davis for her decade of work with Republican wildcard operative Roger Stone, who in turn is wanted by Mueller for his connections to transparency organization Wikileaks and its founder Julian Assange.
The hacker or hackers operating under the name Guccifer 2.0 distributed documents stolen from the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 election through Wikileaks on behalf of the Russian government.
Davis’ campaign manager during her 2010 run for governor, Andrew Miller, has already been subpoenaed by the Mueller probe for his work with Stone during the 2016 election.
Davis ran an extensive prostitution ring that served major Wall Street financial institutions as well as celebrities, which included former New York Governor Elliot Spitzer until he was banned for his violent behavior towards the women.
One can only wonder whether or not she has any lurid tales to tell about Donald Trump, whose prodigious appetite for beautiful women and fondness for purchasing them is well documented.
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