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It's not true. The story is true but it wasn't about David Vitter In , Jeanette Maier was indicted by federal prosecutors along with eleven other women for operating a brothel on Canal Street here in New Orleans.
The story made national news and although Maier produced a list of clients not a single man was indicted for their solicitation of the brothel's employees. While the client list remains sealed, Jeanette has since spoken about some of her more prestigious clients including now candidate for Lt.
Governor, Billy Nungesser, and candidate for Governor, Sen. David Vitter. Maier suggested multiple times that Vitter was a "client" but it was unclear if he actually visited the Canal Street Brothel since she also admitted his name was not on her client list. I've always wanted to clarify what she meant by these admissions and I got the opportunity to interview her on camera this week. The first question I asked, "Exactly how did you service David Vitter?
Jeanette mentioned Michelle, one of the escorts who allegedly had sex with David Vitter at the house party on St. Charles Avenue. Michelle supposedly committed suicide on a boat that was docked in Biloxi, Mississippi. The woman's full name was Michelle Mosgrove, she was 28 when she died. Her death took place on August 7, The tragedy occurred in a boat slip the boat was docked at Point Cadet Marina in Biloxi, Mississippi. The investigation was handled by the Biloxi Police Department: The public records request for the police report only produced the front page of the report and the name of the boat owner was redacted.
Captain Ron Canatlano piloted the boat in the early nineties previous to the suicide event. Note that the police report says there are four successive "narrative" pages I've spoken with several people who knew Michelle they wish to remain unnamed in this story and worked in the "industry".