Thursday, March 13, 2008
Ashley Alexandra Dupre & Eliot Spitzer : sex !!
What's in a name : Ashley Alexandra Dupre & Eliot Spitzer...
It seems this morning you could get her songs for free from the net, but at the end of the day it did cost already 95 $cent.... I meant her songs, not her.... that'll cost ya a few thousand bucks... lol.
Ashley Alexandra Dupré is better known as Kristen, the escort whose rendezvous with Eliot Spitzer at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington on Feb. 13, 2008 led to his disgrace and sudden resignation as governor of New York almost a month later.
The details of the encounter were described in an affidavit filed in federal court along with charges against four people involved in running the escort service, Emperor's Club V.I.P.
A different picture of Ms. Dupré emerges from her MySpace page. She writes of her “odyssey to New York from New Jersey through North Carolina, Miami, D.C., Virginia and Austin, Texas;” public records show that she lived in Belmar, N.J., in 2001, and in North Carolina in 2003. She owns a company, created in 2005, called Pasche New York, which her lawyer said was an entertainment business designed to further her singing career.
In 2006, Ms. Dupré changed her legal name, according to records in Monmouth County Superior Court, from Ashley R. Youmans to Ashley Rae Maika DiPietro, taking her step-father’s surname. In an interview, she referred to herself as Ashley Alexandra Dupré.
The court documents included snippets of conversation, captured on a wiretap, between Ms. Dupré and someone at the escort service following the encounter with Mr. Spitzer. When the woman described complaints other escorts had voiced about Mr. Spitzer, Ms. Dupré responded: "I don't think he's difficult. I mean it's just kind of like, whatever, I'm here for a purpose. I know what my purpose is. I am not a … moron, you know what I mean."
On her MySpace page, Ms. Dupré described her love of music and her ambitions as a singer. In the interview, Ms. Dupré spoke nervously of the repercussions from her unwanted fame. "I just don't want to be thought of as a monster,''' she said.
-- The New York Times March 12, 2008