New York, NY (WIBX) - Ex-madam Kristen Davis still has her sights set on Eliot Spitzer.

After an unsuccessful attmept at becoming governor of New York, Davis said she would turn her attention to combating sex trafficking.

"The women who worked for me chose to be sex workers," Davis says. But, "80 percent of the women working as escorts are so against their will."

She founded a non profit, Hope House (not to be confused with the local non profit group Hope House), and said her new focus would be providing 'an escape' from the sex trade for thousands of young women.

Davis will continue that work, unless Spitzer decides to run for mayor of New York City.

"If Spitzer throws his black socks in the ring, I may have to throw in my lacy brassiere," Davis said.

It's rumored that the ex-governor, once called 'The Sheriff of Wall Street', is contemplating a 2013 bid to be mayor of New York.

Davis's call girl operation led to Spitzer's fall from political grace after he was identified as 'client number 9', prompting him to abruptly leave the governor's mansion. Since then, Davis has remained in Spitzer's shadow, providing sharp criticism and offering to be his co-host on CNN.