Former Gov. Eliot Spitzer (D-N.Y.) liked to smuggle his $5,000 a night Russian prostitute into the Upper East Side home he shared with his wife – by cramming the call girl into a piece of luggage, she admitted to the New York Post.
Larry Celona reports:
“He used to sneak me into his Fifth Avenue apartment in a black suitcase . . . when his wife was away,’’ Svetlana Travis Zakharova told The Post in an exclusive interview.
“My knees would be up by my face. When the doorman would ask if he could help, Eliot would say, ‘No, thanks.’”
Zakharova revealed Eliot’s ungentlemanly tactic, which she endured roughly 15 times, as her lawyer prepares a new case to put the ex-governor behind bars.
The Russian sexpot first hit the headlines in early 2016 when she accused Spitzer of choking her during a sex-session-gone-awry at The Plaza hotel in Midtown.
Now, Zakharova’s Queens lawyer, Joseph Murray, is asking Manhattan US Attorney Geoffrey Berman to investigate Spitzer for alleged “improprieties” in his efforts to evade prosecution.
Zakharova recorded a call from Spitzer during which he threatened to kill her after he beat and choked her.
“You f–king bitch! You piece of s–t! And then you f–king destroyed my life!” the disgraced governor reportedly bellowed. “You know what’s going to happen to you? You’re going to be f–king dead.”