Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Chicago John

Spitzer prostitution case has Chicago connection.

Identified only as "Client-10" in court documents, the man requested that the prostitution ring, Emperors Club VIP, send a prostitute known as "Chrissy" from Los Angeles to Chicago on March 4, according to the indictment dated March 5.

The FBI intercepted a phone call Feb. 22 between Client-10 and Temeka Rachelle Lewis, one of the defendants named in the indictment, asking about the possibility of "Chrissy" being flown to Chicago for a date on March 4. Lewis told the man that he would be responsible for the cost of airfare and other travel expenses, the indictment says.

Intercepted text messages show that a flight was booked for "Chrissy" from Los Angeles International Airport to O'Hare International Airport for March 4, returning to Los Angeles from O'Hare the following morning. It is not clear from the documents whether she arrived in Chicago.

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