Former U.S. Senate aide in Manhattan call-girl ring inner circle

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New York, Mar. 29 : The former Senate aide who scandalously blogged about sleeping with Washington, DC's elite for cash - and later posed nude for Playboy - is among the inner circle of a Manhattan call-girl ring that counted Eliot Spitzer as a client, The New York Post has learnt.

Four years after her blog "Washingtonienne" shocked the Capitol with salacious details of sex with married sugar daddies, Jessica Cutler has re-appeared as a "model" on alleged madam Kristin "Billie" Davis' website.

The still-alluring Cutler is seen on Davis' MySpace page partying with the alleged madam at the birthday party for her booker, who sources said is a mutual friend of both women.

Davis captioned the photo "The Famous Jessica Cutler!" The same photo also appears on a Web site touting a shoot for Davis' business, Wicked Models.

But in that photo, Davis identified Cutler as "Brooke." The shot is one in a series of four, where she is dressed in lingerie and bikinis.

Cutler admitted it was her face on the website, but said: "They were Photoshopped."

Cutler wrote "The Washingtonienne: A Novel," and appeared nude on Playboy's Web site in 2004.

Asked yesterday if she worked as an escort, the temptress said: "I can't talk about that."

But in two days of conversations with The Post, she owned up to partying with Davis and even to living for a time in her posh apartment at 235 E. 40th St.

"They are going to want to see me for questioning," she said, referring to the Manhattan District Attorney's Office.

Cutler was being sought last night by the NYPD, along with other women connected to the ring, law-enforcement sources said.

Davis remained behind bars in lieu of two million dollars bail.

Famous for referring to her men by their initials, Cutler's purported lovers included: "F," a Bush appointee and married man who paid her for sex; "W," a sugar daddy who preferred anal sex, and a man from her office who later said he was her lover.

Cutler says she first entered Wicked Models' orbit in 2006, when her roommate took a job as Davis' personal assistant.

According to Cutler, Davis boasted that disgraced former Governor Eliot Spitzer was a client. "She'd tell about how he used her agencies," she said.

Cutler said that last year she house sat for the madam when she was in South America.

Cutler said Davis kept her black book, rumoured to have 10,000 names, on desktop-computer software called Appointments Plus.

In an even more bizarre twist, Davis at one point planned to go into business with Benjamin Lovell, the Brooklyn man who last month was charged with theft after 5.8 million dollars belonging to a man with the same name landed in his Commerce Bank account.

Sources familiar with both investigations confirmed that Lovell, 48, a married KeySpan Energy salesman, gave Davis 500,000 dollars to buy a business.

Lovell told The Post he hooked up with Davis through a business associate - but that their deal fell through.

"I thought it was a dating service," Lovell said. "Thank goodness the deal didn't go through."

ANI

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