A Manhattan resident who claimed last week that former Governor Elliot Spitzer threatened to stab him in the privates during a verbal altercation at an extravagant restaurant has officially filed a police report, according to the NY Post.
Jamie Antolini was dining with potential business partners at Avra Madison Estiatorio when Spitzer overheard Antolini praising philanthropist Kenneth Langone, one of the founders of Home Depot and a long time foe of Spitzer, The Jewish Voice reported last week.
After listening to the conversation Antolini was having, Spitzer allegedly got belligerent and ended up screaming: “I’m going to f-king stab you with a f-king knife in the c-ck”.
Authorities said Jamie Antolini filed a complaint with the 19th prescient on Friday.
“The people I was with are still in shock, I just don’t understand how anybody can make those comments”, Antolini said.
Antolini is being represented by lawyer Joseph Murray, who is also representing Svetlana Travis Zakharova, the high priced escort who allegedly was threatened by Spitzer during a phone conversation.
“I believe that there may be many more victims of Eliot Spitzer’s threatening, bullying and otherwise abusive tactics who will come forward when the ‘steamroller’ is finally arrested by the NYPD,” said Murray.
Svetlana Travis Zakharova recently met with the NYPD to discuss a short phone recording allegedly between her and Spitzer that captures a man threatening her life, The Jewish Voice reported last week.
You ***** bitch. You piece of **** and then you fucking destroy my life,” the man is heard saying. The recording continues with the man, whom Zakharova claims is the former governor saying: “You know what’s going to happen to you? You’re going to be dead.”
Spitzer was having ongoing liaisons with the Russian Escort, which eventually ended up with accusations of Spitzer choking her in a hotel room and Zakharova allegedly extorting Spitzer in excess of over $40,000 to keep her from going to the media and Spitzer’s family about the pay to play arrangements they had.
Zakharova recently served 90 days jail for a forgery charge involving stealing rent money from an ex-lover. As part of the agreement, the high-priced seductress didn’t have to admit to extorting $400,000 from Spitzer by threatening to go public with their affair, The Jewish Voice Reported.
By: Austin Myers