Ashley Alexandra Dupre aka Kristen Posed Topless Before Eliot Spitzer Sex Scandal


Kristen aka Ashley Rae Maika Youmans aka Ashley DiPietro aka Nina Venetta aka Ashley Alexandra Dupré, this nice girl is bad as hell.
Ashley Dupre is the 22-year-old high price call girl solicited by Eliot Spitzer through the "Emperors VIP Club." She posed in a Manhattan studio for a series of photos, on display here. Click on pictures to enlarge.

The high-priced hooker at the center of Gov. Spitzer's sex scandal trysted with him several times before he was caught on a wiretap - but it was only during their last encounter that she realized the real identity of her john, sources said yesterday.

Dupre had several dates with Spitzer before she realized he was the governor of New York. He used the alias "George Fox," the name of his best friend.

"Oh, my God! Do you know who this guy is?" a shocked Ashley Alexandra Dupre asked her bosses at the Emperors Club VIP escort service, a source said.

The comment came after her $4,300 meeting with Spitzer at a Washington hotel on Feb. 13.

But just before Dupre - whom Spitzer knew as "Kristen" - had her startling revelation, federal authorities caught the governor on tape giving them enough evidence to take down the sex ring, paving the way for his embarrassing resignation.

Dupre is an aspiring musician whose Myspace page, which features her track, recorded 5 million page views.

Dupre is covered with several tattoos in Latin and Arabic, which are said to be mantras to help her stay clean. The NJ native has a history of drug use.

Dupre lives in a studio apartment in a Flatiron high-rise and is known to frequent hot spots like Viscaya, Pink Elephant and Retox. She's hobnobbed with hip-hoppers like P. Diddy.

Dupre moved to New York in 2004 to pursue her music career. She worked as a cocktail waitress, bartender and hostess before turning to prostitution.

Sources say Dupre got involved with the Emperors Club as early as 2006 after responding to an ad from the agency seeking girls to "party" with deep-pocketed men.

After meeting with her, the escort service's operators liked what they saw. She took to the job quickly.

"She's definitely a party girl," one well-connected club source told The Post. "She was out four, five nights a week and was a staple."

She vacationed in St. Tropez and carried luxury items from Cartier and Louis Vuitton. "Nobody knew she was a prostitute," the source said.

Dupre grew up in Seaside Heights, NJ, and Wall Township down the Jersey shore.

The Eliot Spitzer prostitution scandal broke on March 10, 2008, when The New York Times reported that New York Governor service called Eliot Spitzer had patronized a high price prostitution Emperors Club VIP. This ultimately led to his announcement of resignation as governor on March 12, to be effective March 17.

Spitzer, referred to as "Client–9" in an affidavit filed in US Federal Court, arranged to meet with a prostitute named "Kristen" — an "American, petite, very pretty brunette, 5 feet 5 inches and 105 pounds" (165 cm, 47 kg). "Kristen" was later identified as 32 year old Ashley Alexandra Dupré (born Ashley Rae Maika Youmans — and later, through adoption, surnamed DiPietro) It was initially reported that she was 22 years old. She intended to travel from New York City for the planned tryst and Spitzer agreed in advance that he "would be paying for everything—train tickets, cab fare from the hotel and back, mini-bar or room service, travel time and hotel". After the assignation on February 13, 2008, Spitzer paid her $4,300 in cash.

The payment included $1,100 as a deposit with the agency toward future services. Reportedly, this information came to light from a federal wiretap. "Kristen" revealed March 13, 2008 she had gone without sleep since the scandal broke and said she did not want to be thought of as a monster. Spitzer had at least seven or eight liaisons with prostitutes from the agency over six months, and paid more than $15,000 for their services. According to published reports, investigators believe Spitzer paid up to $80,000 for prostitutes over a period of several years while he was Attorney General, and later as Governor.

The investigation was initiated after North Fork Bank reported suspicious transactions to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as required by the Bank Secrecy Act. According to Newsday, Spitzer wanted to transfer more than $10,000 to what turned out to be a front for the prostitution ring. However, he broke up the transactions into smaller slices due to federal law requiring the reporting of any transfer of $10,000 or more. When he tried to get his name taken off the wires, the bank refused, saying that the money had already been wired out and that it would be improper to do so in any case. The IRS' Criminal Investigation Division then started a probe, initially fearing that Spitzer was the victim of either extortion or identity theft.

Later the IRS contacted the FBI to investigate possible political corruption. This eventually led Federal investigators to link the money transfers to the company that provided all the prostitutes. Federal prosecutors charged the four people operating the escort service with violations of the Mann Act the week prior to the announcement of Spitzer's involvement.

Spitzer announced on March 12 that he would resign his post as Governor effective March 17, amid threats of his impeachment by state lawmakers. Also on March 12 FBI agents determined Spitzer used a high-priced call-girl ring at least eight times in recent months, and agents had him under surveillance twice in the year 2008.

"I cannot allow for my private failings to disrupt the peoples' work," Spitzer said at a news conference in New York City. "Over the course of my public life, I have insisted—I believe correctly—that people take responsibility for their conduct. I can and will ask no less of myself. For this reason, I am resigning from the office of governor."

Thanks to "Mark M"