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'Manhattan Madam' Scheduled to Testify Before Mueller Grand Jury This Week

Davis said she couldn't have worked on Trump's presidential campaign because she was in jail for much of that time, according to NBC News

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    'Manhattan Madam' Scheduled to Testify Before Mueller Grand Jury This Week
    'Manhattan Madam' Kristin Davis, left, and FBI Special Counsel Robert Mueller. (Getty Images/File)

    Kristin Davis, known as the "Manhattan Madam" who claims she provided wealthy and famous New Yorkers with prostitutes, is scheduled to testify before special counsel Robert Mueller’s grand jury in Washington this week, NBC News reported, citing a person with knowledge of the matter.

    Davis was questioned about Russian collusion by a member of Mueller’s team last week. She declined to comment, and her lawyer couldn’t immediately be reached for comment.

    Last month, Davis said that someone from Mueller’s office contacted her attorney to ask her to speak with investigators. At the time, Davis thought officials wanted to speak with her because of her ties to President Donald Trump’s former adviser, Roger Stone.

    Davis has said she has no knowledge of Russian collusion in the 2016 presidential election.

    Colorado Man Charged With Five Counts of Murder in Deaths of Wife and Daughters

    [NATL] Colorado Man Charged With Five Counts of Murder in Deaths of Wife and Daughters

    Christopher Lee Watts was charged with five counts of murder Monday for the deaths of his wife Shanann Watts and their two daughters Bella and Celeste. Watts had initially pleaded publicly that his wife and daughters had gone missing. Their bodies were discovered on the property of the oil and natural gas company Watts worked for. The D.A. said that it's "too early" to discuss whether prosecutors would seek the death penalty.

    (Published Monday, Aug. 20, 2018)