NJ woman sues Spitzer call girl

Ashley Dupre sued over 'Wild' video
July 18, 2008 7:57:58 AM PDT
A woman has sued the call girl linked to the downfall of New York Governor Eliot Spitzer for defamation and invasion of privacy.A federal lawsuit filed in Trenton last week by Amber Arpaio claims that Ashley Dupre used her lost driver's license to appear on a "Girls Gone Wild" video. The suit seeks unspecified damages.

Dupre has said she was only 17 when she signed a contract to appear in the video. The video displays Arpaio's New Jersey driver's license with a birth date that would have made Dupre appear to be in her 20s.

Arpaio says she lost her driver's license and doesn't know Dupre. Her lawyer, Joseph Fell, says Arpaio also sued "Girls Gone Wild" founder Joseph Francis. Lawyers for Francis and Dupre had no immediate comment.