New York, November 12 (ANI): Eliot Spitzer, who was forced to resign as New York Governor over his involvement in a prostitution scandal, will reportedly lecture Harvard University students on ethics.
The report has provoked outrage from the madam who once supplied him with high-priced call girls.
Kristin Davis penned a protest letter to Professor Lawrence Lessig at Harvard's Edmond J. Safra Foundation Center for Ethics, urging them to reconsider their decision.
"I am greatly intrigued as to what Mr. Spitzer could contribute to an ethical discussion when as Chief Executive Law Enforcement Officer of NY he broke numerous laws for which he has yet to be punished," the New York Post quoted Kristin as saying.
"As Attorney General he went around arresting and making examples out of the same escort agencies he was frequenting," she added.
Tagging Spitzer a "man without ethics," Kristin asks whether Spitzer was ethical for booking "an assignation with a escort under a fake name after you were banned by my agency for being abusive to women?"
Spitzer quit in March 2008 after he was unmasked in Manhattan federal court as "Client 9" in a prostitution bust involving a major call-girl ring. He was revealed to have paid 4,300 dollars for a romp with escort Ashley Dupre, then 22. (ANI)