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
Woman Sues Spitzer Call Girl in ID Theft
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)

(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.

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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. (Read more lawsuit stories.)

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