New York, November 25 : Former high class call girl Natalie McLennan has described her time with New York Governor Eliot Spitzer's favorite call girl, Ashley Dupre, in a tell all memoir.
Dupre, dubbed as an 'informant' during the Eliot Spitzer prostitution scandal, had been at the centre of the row that saw the politician patronising a prostitution service which ultimately led him to announce his resignation as governor.
The biography narrates when she heard about the Spitzer scandal, she had wondered, "Had she turned into a government informant way back when? ... It seemed like an awfully big coincidence that she happened to be at the center of the government's biggest prostitution sting operation."
The ex call girl recalled one of their first nights out at a club, where "we started making out. Our session started to draw a crowd, entirely male. [Ashley] really knew how to get guys into a frenzy."
McLennan, who used to bag 2,000 dollars per hour under the name Natalia, in her book 'The Price: My Rise and Fall as Natalia', also describes Dupre's gradual rise up the popularity rank and how cocaine and high life had started taking its toll on her.
"Ashley's face looked bloated. She could barely keep her eyes open. She was obviously really high, and drunk. I felt guilty. ... She was so young," the New York Daily News quoted her as saying.
While Dupre's friend said that the book had "snippets of truth", her rep declined to comment.