Kristin Davis, the former “Manhattan Madam” who is close friends with President Donald Trump‘s former adviser Roger Stonerevealed on Monday night what special counsel Robert Mueller‘s grand jury asked her as part of the Russia inquiry.

Davis — who worked as a business partner of lobbyist and political consultant Stone — told Fox News that she was unaware of “any wrongdoing” on the part of Trump’s campaign team or the Russian government. She also claimed Stone confessed to her his rapport with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assangewho allegedly played a big role in shaping the outcome of the 2016 election.

“What [Stone] did discuss was that he did not have any direct communications with Julian Assange,” Davis said, referring to the Democratic National Committee emails that WikiLeaks published four months before the election.

Davis, 41 was most famously known for running a notorious prostitution ring (for about five years) that counted thousands of high-profile clients including former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer. Davis pleaded guilty to a prostitution charge in 2008 but was released from Riker’s Island prison just a few months later. She then ran for governor of New York as a Libertarian in 2010 shortly after meeting Stone, who encouraged her to run for the position.


Davis told Fox News’ Martha MacCallum that she believed Mueller’s grand jury was “legitimately investigating whether collusion happened” between Russian and Trump campaign officials. Davis added that jurors asked her about a tweet Stone posted in August 2016 that hinted big news related to Hillary Clinton and her campaign manager John Podesta would come soon. Fake news reports and conspiracy theories ultimately falsely claimed that Clinton and Podesta ran a chid sex ring at a Washington-area pizza parlor. In October 2016, WikiLeaks published several of Podesta’s hacked emails.

Regarding Stone’s Twitter post, Davis said “he was referring to Uranium One,” a Russian-Canadian uranium mining company that Clinton made financial deals with during her time as secretary of state.

Davis also spoke to CNN’s Chris Cuomo last week and said the Mueller jury’s questioning was “concerning” because it was very “one-sided.”

“There’s obviously no defense attorney in there and the special counsel’s office has a rapport with these jurors,” she explained, although she did not offer many details about what questions the jurors asked her.

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