No one has ever accused Eliot Spitzer of having a soft touch. Turns out his aggressive ways may have extended to the — ahem — boudoir.
In her new book “The Manhattan Madam,” the titular Kristin Davis claims that ex-New York Gov. Spitzer, aka Client No. 9, was “good for a call at least once a week,” reports the Daily News.But she says that she had to cut him off because of complaints from her girls that he was “too rough” and never wanted to use a condom, adding that “he'd be a real weasel about it, too.”At one point she told Spitzer she didn't want his business.“‘I no longer feel comfortable with you as a client. You are blacklisted. Please don't ever call me or my other phone bookers again. Thank you and good luck.’”In a cruel twist that may have doomed the governor, Davis eventually relented.Davis will be discussing the book — which is reportedly packed with dirt on her wealthy clientele — on 20/20 tonight.Despite a career as a madam, Davis insists she's never had sex with any of her clients, though she assures readers they've all tried.“I still like to believe monogamy exists,” she explained.