Bankers ‘used corporate credit cards to pay for prostitutes’

A New York madam who ran one of the city’s biggest escort agencies claims that prominent bankers and businessmen paid for her prostitutes with corporate credit cards.
Kristin Davis alleges that prosecutors in the Manhattan District Attorney’s office decided not to pursue any of them even though she provided evidence.
Davis, who admitted charges last year of running a prostitution business employing more than 100 women, told ABC News that the men included a senior executive of a top media company, a banker who spent $41,600 and the chief executive of one of America’s largest private equity firms.
Others were the part-owner of a major league baseball team, managing directors from two of the world’s largest investment banks, and a prominent property developer who greeted prostitutes wearing women’s underwear.
ABC News said Davis provided it with a print-out of her computerised client list, a copy of which she offered to prosecutors.
“They showed no interest. Some of these guys, I was invoicing on corporate credit cards,” she said.
“I was writing up monthly bills for computer consulting, construction expenses, all of these things, I was invoicing them monthly so they could get by their accountants.”
In a new book, Davis also claims that Eliot Spitzer, the former New York governor who resigned last year over a prostitution scandal, was “good for a call at least once a week”.
She claims she banned him temporarily from using her services because of complaints from her prostitutes that he was “too rough” and never wanted to use a condom.
A District Attorney’s office spokesman declined to comment to ABC News on Davis’s allegations.
Courtesy: The Telegraph

Posted by on Nov 13 2013. Filed under Economie, Featured, Monde. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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