High Class Call Girls

Inside Eliot Spitzer's world of arrogance, high-class call girls
August 14, 2017 – 08:43 am
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The Mayflower hotel in Washington is a vast place, more like a shopping mall than a hotel. You feel a bit lost in the lobby amid the hustle and bustle of (mostly) men in suits marching back and forth, often wheeling their overnight bags for their short stays in the nation's capital.

Given its size, central location and price, the Mayflower attracts a hefty clientele of businessmen - and, as New York Governor Eliot Spitzer apparently knows all too well, high-end prostitutes.

On Monday I was summoned to go on US television to discuss sudden allegations that Spitzer, 48, our aggressive but puritanical governor, known for his prosecution of Wall Street corruption in his former career as Attorney General, had been named as "Client 9î in a criminal complaint, exposing a high-end prostitution ring, the Emperor's Club, where the girls charge up to , 000 a night for fantasy sex.

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New York Governor Eliot Spitzer speaks to reporters about the sex scandal, while his wife Silda Wall Spitzer stands by his side

According to the allegations, which caught everyone by surprise, on 13 February - the day before Valentine's Day - Spitzer had booked himself into the hotel under the name of a friend, George Fox. After settling his account with the agency, which he had allegedly used before, Spitzer booked "Kristen" - almost certainly not her real name - a stunning petite brunette, weighing 105lbs and standing five foot five - for a few hours for just over , 000. (He was allowed to see a picture of her body, not her face, beforehand.)

He was caught, it is said, thanks to an investigation into an irregularity in his tax records. The US tax office, the IRS investigated, only for its agents to find that they had stumbled into an FBI probe of this prostitution ring.

On Monday afternoon, with his pretty wife, Silda Wall, 50, a former lawyer whom he met at Harvard Law School (Spitzer is her second husband) and their three teenage daughters beside him, Spitzer apologised for acting in a way that violated his obligations to his family but without admitting or denying using prostitutes. And he gave no hint he would resign, despite heavy pressure to do so.

His wife Silda gave up her career as a corporate lawyer to support her husband, who she has been married to for 21 years. Aides say she is the only person standing by him now, the lone voice urging him not to resign.

Despite Spitzer's repeated calls for morality in government, I wasn't surprised that he did not mention his resignation. I'd last seen him a few weeks ago walking into a birthday party for TV anchor Christiane Amanpour, newly arrived back in New York from London.

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He looked sharp and he knew it. He had that look of superiority about him, which comes with being born rich, goodlooking and destined for power. They think they can get away with anything.

2008/03_02/PricesL1103_800x909.jpgSpitzer in particular would think this way. The son of a wealthy real estate businessman, he attended elite private schools, going on to Princeton and Harvard Law School.

He cut his teeth in the Manhattan District Attorney's office, focusing, like former Mayor Rudy Giuliani, on organised crime. He was elected Attorney General in 1998 and became the poster boy for exposing fraud on Wall Street. Last year, when sworn in as governor, he pledged to clean up the state legislature. He was named "Crusader of the Year" by Time.

Privately, though, he had a seedy secret life which has shocked his friends and colleagues.

I have spent the past year investigating several high-class call girl rings, one in Washington, DC, named the Pamela Martin agency, run by Jeane Palfrey, who stands trial in April.

Source: www.dailymail.co.uk
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