His political rivals used to accuse Eliot Spitzer of going for the jugular. Now a new call girl is claiming the former governor literally went for hers — claiming he wrapped his fingers around her neck during some kinky role-playing.
But a high-end escort, whom well call Annie, has opened up to us about what she says was a date with Spitzer that "went a little too far."
Annie says she was working for madam Kristin Davis when she met Spitzer, who was then state attorney general, at Davis apartment at The Corinthian on E. 38th St.
"He booked two hours," says Annie. "I don't remember exactly how much he was charged, but definitely over $1,000 an hour.
"He wanted a scenario where I was supposed to say I had just been to a self-defense class. He was supposed to respond, 'Let's see if you learned anything. He would be aggressive. I would have to defend myself.
"When he arrived, he took off his jacket but kept on his shirt and tie. His demeanor was nice, but I don't remember any kissing or tenderness. He wanted to get on with the role-play. It was the first time I'd done that.
"I remember holding his wrists and him pushing back. I felt he was gauging my strength. We moved to the bed. He put his clothes neatly to the side, folding his pants. Yes, he did leave his socks on.
"I was never fully undressed. He was naked. He was perspiring a lot. He was holding me down. He pinned me to the bed. That didn't bother me. But when he grabbed my throat, that was too much. I remember trying to push myself up off the bed, which made him apply more pressure. I've never been worried about my safety, but I was really concerned.
"Finally, I pushed him away and got up. He hadn't finished. But I'd had enough. I don't think he was planning on really hurting me. He didn't ask if I was all right. He didn't appear to be mad, either. Maybe he had had so many experiences with other people that he could see I didn't know what I was doing. As he was leaving, he gave me a tip."
A lawyer for Spitzer said, "This is outrageous and defamatory." Madam Kristin, now on probation for promoting prostitution, says that she told Spitzer that some of her girls had complained hed gotten "rough and too aggressive" — and that he refused to use a condom.
"Define 'rough and aggressive,' " Davis quotes prosecutor Spitzer as saying in her memoir (available at Manhattan Madam.com). She says he later apologized.
P.S. Annie says she also had a date with "a current governor," not from New York. "But I'm not going to talk about that one." For now.source