The phrase, “Oops, somebody spilled the party dip,” comes to mind whenever showbiz execs get into uncomfortable situations. Now ABC News is reporting that “a vice president of NBC Universal” is lumped in with CEOs and bankers for using corporate credit cards to pay for prostitutes. The whistle-blower is a NYC madam who ratted out her 9,800 clients of one of that city’s biggest and priciest escort services until it was busted last year. But prosecutors in the Manhattan District Attorney’s office chose not to pursue any of the corporate types even though they allegedly committed fraud. Davis provided ABC News with a print-out of her computerized client list, the same one she says that was offered to the DA.
(Commenters, please, no guesses.)