NY Asst. Attorney General a Fetish Worker?

PHOTO: Alisha Smith, 36, works for the state Attorney Generals Office by day - but by night turns into a dominatrix at S&M events.

A New York assistant attorney general who has brought lawsuits against Bank of America and Royal Bank of Canada has come under fire for her salacious personal life--one that involves whips, dominating, and S&M.

Alisha Smith, 36, who won a $5 billion combined settlement from the banks through her work in the Investor Protection Bureau of the AG's office, has been suspended from work without pay for possibly earning money in her side-job as a dominatrix performer, according to the NY Post.

A story in the Post alleges that Smith works as a performer at S&M events and may have violated internal rules of the department that require employees to consult with supervisors when earning more than $1,000 for outside work.

A spokesman for the attorney general's office confirmed that the employee has been suspended without pay.

Smith would not return calls for comment.

It is unclear whether Smith was actually paid for performing. The NY Post cites an anynonymous source that claims she was; ABC News was unable to verify that claim.

The story cited a Twitter message posted by Alisha Sparks, which they claim is Smith's stage name, to a well-known S&M worker, Jade Vixen. The message was deleted by Monday, and Vixen did not return an email request for an interview.

The story also claimed Smith posted photos of herself wearing a see-through latex dress with heart-shaped pasties.

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