Didn’t Thomas Cordero, the “nude maid” from the Bronx, confess to killing client John Conley back in 2001 after he pulled a knife on his naked help? Yep, but that didn’t matter for Cordero’s jury, which yesterday acquitted the 41-year-old of decade-old murder charges when it rejected his confession and DNA evidence. Cordero, who’s been locked up since 2007, was set free after just two hours of deliberation, and a round of tears and “thank yous” could be heard coming from his direction. On the stand, Cordero recanted his confession — where he had told police, on tape, that he was hired on Rentboy.com to clean Conley’s house and killed him in self-defense when Conley tried to rape and stab him. And now that Cordero is a free man, what’s he going to do about his means of earning a living? Change it. “This,” he says, “has made me rethink” the nude housekeeping thing.