Kristin Davis, Ex-Manhattan Madam, Claims Dominique Strauss-Kahn Was A Customer

The former Manhattan madam who claimed she supplied prostitutes to disgraced ex-Gov. Eliot Spitzer, said she did the same for former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn.

The Times of London [paywall] reports that, in an affidavit seen by the paper, Davis claims Strauss-Kahn used her escort service on two occasions in 2006.

She said Strauss-Kahn called her in January that year to request an "all-American" girl, and paid $1,200 an hour for a two-hour booking.

"He paid in cash," she said. "The first girl I sent to him said he was aggressive and didn't want to be back with him again," she added.

Spitzer and Strauss-Kahn are not the only well known figures to be called out by Davis. In 2009, she said Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez was a former client.

Strauss-Kahn faces sex abuse and other charges after a hotel maid told police he tried to rape her. The ex-IMF head denies the allegations.

Davis was also a gubernatorial candidate in New York in 2010, and ran on a platform that centered around legalizing marijuana, prostitution and gay marriage.