Robert Mueller has met the madam.
Kristin Davis, the former madam made famous for her role in the 2008 sex scandal that brought down former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer, sat for a voluntary interview with investigators working for the special counsel’s office this week, CNN reported Friday.
Davis, who once ran for governor and controller before being busted selling prescription pills, worked with flamboyant Republican consultant Roger Stone for a decade.
Stone, a longtime ally of President Trump, has been a rumored target in Mueller’s investigation into Russian election meddling.
Last month, following reports that the one-time head of a prostitution ring had been subpoenaed by the special counsel’s office, Stone told the Daily News that Davis “has no knowledge of Russian collusion during the 2016 election.”
“I cannot imagine why the special counsel wants to interview her other than for the purposes of harassment,” he added.