Dominique Strauss-Kahn's link to Manhattan Madam Kristin Davis just won't fizzle out.
Are you listening, Cyrus Vance Jr.? Kristin Davis is on a mission.
Monday, Davis further chronicled claims on her website, Manhattanmadam.com, about Dominique Strauss-Kahn's "abusive and brutish behavior and excess roughness" with two of her call girls during a 2006 visit to NYC for a conference hosted by Bill Clinton. According to the "Manhattan Madam" the behavior resulted in the former International Monetary Fund chief being banned from future appointments.
In May, Britain's Daily Telegraph reported Davis' claims that the encounters between DSK and her girls were initiated when Strauss-Kahn called her directly on a mobile phone and paid $1,200 in cash for two-hour sessions in hotel rooms.
Davis wrote Monday that she was first introduced to DSK by "a stunning international call girl who knew him from Paris," named Irma (Nici) Nezirovic. "She met him at a club [called] Le Cirque in Paris a few years prior," said the aspiring politician, who has never met DSK herself. "Irma said Le Cirque is like a strip club but upscale. You meet the client, then leave."
Irma Nici's name may ring a bell: She's the former prostitute who claimed to have slept with soccer stud David Beckham in August 2007, cited by In Touch magazine, causing Beckham to slap Nici and the publication with a $25 million libel suit.
Davis also linked Nici to Eliot Spitzer in her book "The Manhattan Madam: Sex, Drugs, Scandal & Greed Inside America's Most Successful Prostitution Ring," under the pseudonym of "Aubrey." Davis said Nici "never complained" about the disgraced former governor of New York.
According to Davis, complaints were not normal in her business. In the 36-year-old's "roughly five years" running an agency, she claims about a hundred thousand clients, only three of whom she called "problematic," including "DSK, Eliot Spitzer and one other person in politics."
Because of her history with the French politician, Davis is attempting to reach out to the woman accusing DSK of sexual assault, hotel maid Nafissatou Diallo, and her lawyer, to "offer any assistance they need" in getting Manhattan District Attorney Vance's attention, including rallies and protests. Davis says Irma Nici is also in Diallo's corner and is willing to speak on her behalf, despite the former call girl being seven months pregnant.
Strauss-Kahn's lawyer did not get back to us by press time.