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Spitzer Escort Sues 'Girls Gone Wild' Founder

29 Apr, 2008 By: Erik Gruenwedel



The call girl reportedly hired by former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer has filed a $10 million lawsuit against Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis, his production company and others claiming she was underage when appearing in a series of DVDs.

Ashley Alexandra Dupre, who filed the suit April 28 in U.S. District Court in Southern Florida, claimed she was 17 and on spring break in Miami Beach in 2003 when approached by Wild producers, offered alcoholic beverages and “induced” into “exposing her breasts” while being filmed.

The complaint alleges Dupre was asked to sign a release while intoxicated and did not understand her images would appear in videos and DVDs distributed by ‘Wild' producer Mantra Films Inc.

The suit claims Dupre's images were used in Girls Gone Wild Spring Break 2003, Girls Gone Wild — Spring Break 2005 Anything Goes and Hookers Gone Wild, among other DVDs.

Francis, who has had numerous legal battles regarding filming underage women, publicly offered Dupre $1 million to appear in a forthcoming Girls Gone Wild magazine following the Spitzer scandal.

Francis, who rescinded the offer after discovering he already had images of Dupre, reportedly said he has video proof Dupre was 18 at the time of filming.

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