Gloria Allred Representing New York Assistant Attorney General Accused of Being Paid
Famed civil rights attorney, Gloria Allred, will be holding a news conference in New York City tomorrow with her client, Alisha Smith, a New York State Assistant Attorney General who was suspended from her job, after media reports circulated that she was a paid dominatrix.
Smith was allegedly placed on leave without pay before any investigation was initiated, or she had a chance to respond. The New York tabloid report claimed that Smith "spends her days toiling in securities fraud - and her nights moonlighting as a dominatrix...and that she performs at S & M events for pay."
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The press conference will be held at the New York Friars Club at 1 p.m. EST. Stay tuned to RadarOnline.com for developments on the story. Smith will publicly speak for the first time about the allegations made against her.
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