NY Governor Eliot Spitzer's high priced hooker Kristen/Ashley Alexandra Dupre is about to extend her fifteen minutes of fame and will definitely be cashing in on the notoriety associated with her sex scandal. The aspiring singer's myspace page received over 5 million views before her profile was deleted and her song was played on NY radio station Z100.
The prostitute has already stripped down for a topless NY Post photo shoot. Pagesix.com has also released footage of Ashley's appearance in a rap video with hip hop artist Mysterious as a video vixen. Click here to check out Ashley Alexandra Dupre's debut as a video hoochie. The scandal has also inspired rap songs like SHE SPITZER SWALLOWS FEATURING CLIENT 9 by Staten Island hip-hop artist AC. We've gotta admit the hook is pretty catchy. Click here to visit AC myspace.
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According to a report in the AP, Penthouse and Hustler are already knocking at her door. “We’ve been looking at that very closely. She’s young. She’s pretty. She’s a model,” said Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt. “We would love to do business with her, and we will approach her.”
In addition, the AP reported that Penthouse Magazine Group president and publisher Diane Silberstein said she would, “love to have her in the magazine,” and would consider offering her a cover shoot.
Moonlite Bunny Ranch owner Dennis Hof told PageSix.com he would “absolutely” offer Ashley a job and estimates she would make “$250,000 quickly, in a few months,” at his high-class brothel in Reno, Nev., where prostitution is legal.
In addition, Hof tells PageSix.com that had the disgraced governor chosen to patronize his legal establishment, he “wouldn’t have had to humiliate his wife and family.”
The Moonlite Bunny Ranch caters to “celebrities, politicians, rock stars and athletes” and is “completely legal and confidential.”
Hof explains, “He could have set up a meeting with the attorney general in Nevada and then I would have sent an unmarked car to bring him through a back door at the compound.”
Spitzer could have used a credit card which would have been charged simply as “cash advance.” source