Woman Sues Spitzer Call Girl in ID Theft

Dupre 'showed driver's license closeup to get on Girls Gone Wild'

By Katherine Thompson,  Newser Staff

Posted Jul 18, 2008 5:59 AM CDT

(Newser) – A New Jersey woman has filed a federal lawsuit against Ashley Dupre—better known as Eliot Spitzer's high-priced call girl—and Girls Gone Wild for defamation and invasion of privacy for Dupre's use of the woman's lost driver's license on the raunchy program.

Dupre, who was underage at the time, allegedly presented the woman's license as her own to prove she was over 18. A closeup of the ID was aired on the party video. Dupre recently dropped a $10 million lawsuit against Girls Gone Wild, claiming her name and image were exploited by the program, which she appeared in as a minor.

Amber Arpaio has also sued Girls Gone Wild" creator Joe Francis over Ashley Dupre's use of Arpaio's ID to sign a contract with the show when she was underage.   (AP Photo/Matt Sayles, file)
Ashley Dupre dropped a $10 million lawsuit claiming "Girls Gone Wild" founder Joe Francis exploited her image and name, but now both Dupre and Francis are being sued by another woman.   (AP Photo)
Amber Arpaio has sued the woman identified as the high-priced call girl in the Eliot Spitzer VIP Club scandal for using Arpaio's lost driver's license to sign a contract for "Girls Gone Wild."   (AP Photo)
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