NY’s No.1 escort who trained Spitzer’s call girl about to release Tome

Posted on September 22nd, 2008 by HisHighness in IUC:Entertainment, IUC:Sex, Uncategorized

Former NY No.1 escort about to release tome
The woman New York Magazine featured on its cover, calling her the No.1 escort in the Big Apple, is about to release a book about her experiences. Included is details on how she befriended and trained Ashley Dupre, the girl who made headlines for servicing disgraced Governor Eliot Spitzer. Judging by the juicy excerpt in yesterday’s paper, it should be a major bestseller.
NY Post.

  1. Michael O said on September 22nd, 2008 at 5:38 pm

    A how-to guide for hookers, eh? Good stuff, I need no longer worry about what to buy my sister for her birthday.

  2. Brady Sullivan said on September 22nd, 2008 at 7:17 pm

    So Ashley Dupre is essentially the Darth Vader to Natalia’s Emperor? We should be getting some good stories out of this book. If her apprentice was servicing the Governor, then the natural assumption is that Natalia herself was taking care of an even bigger local politician. New York Senator Hillary Clinton perhaps? Lord knows it wouldn’t be hard for her to find this girl’s name in Bill’s rolodex.

    I do like that the cover looks like a publicity still for Desperate housewives, seeing as it was desperate husbands that kept her in business.

  3. Alicia Butler said on September 23rd, 2008 at 6:43 pm

    Just goes to show you, anyone with internet access can write a tell-all book these days. One can only imagine what the rough draft Natalie submitted to the ghost writer looked like. “Remember when I came in here yesterday and you girls wouldn’t help me? You work on commission, right? Big mistake, huge! I have to go shopping!” Um, Natalie, that was “Pretty Woman.” What’s next, a reality show called, “The Real Call Girls of Manhattan?”

  4. José Orduña said on September 23rd, 2008 at 6:56 pm

    Man, this book sounds GREAT! It’s the literary equivalent of a pixie stick, well no, maybe a pixie stick nuzzled between two huge, rock-hard fake breasts with Hello Kitty nipple rings. YEAH! I’m perplexed though; I can’t believe people interested in this sort of thing can actually read. On a more serious note, Ashley’s training sounds just like my alter boy training, only less sexy.

  5. Brady Sullivan said on September 23rd, 2008 at 8:22 pm

    Alicia Butler said:

    “What’s next, a reality show called, ‘The Real Call Girls of Manhattan?’”

    Wait, are you telling me Sex and the City wasn’t a reality show? Otherwise the concept was covered.

  6. Tinamarie11 said on September 23rd, 2008 at 9:39 pm

    Isn’t what she did, illegal? And if she is writing a book and making money from it, can’t that get her arrested, even though it’s after the fact? It’s kind of like if I worked at Hershey, and spilled their secrets to another company. I would get busted big time…what’s protecting her now??

  7. Sebastian Fort said on September 24th, 2008 at 1:21 pm

    Oh…I think this is a lovely old-fashioned story it reminds me of the love affair between Clinton and Monica. Girl meets governor, girl becomes a hooker, girl is trained in the art of love, girl learns how to snort cocaine and suck like a Hoover!

    To think I insisted my nieces go to college…I am going to send them this book and tell them it’s not to late to pull out. I’ll tell them just to make sure the men do!

  8. Deep Dish said on September 24th, 2008 at 6:46 pm

    Oh Lord. Do people really read this crap? Eliot Spitzer’s ten minutes of fame is done and over with, people. Sarah Palin is the current flavor of the month–but even she is rapidly approaching her expiration date (thank God). If Spitzer was in the same league as Bill Clinton, perhaps we’d all be a bit more interested in him and his lady friend. But he–and she–are yesterday’s news. I don’t care about any darn hooker–unless she’s sleeping with McCain or Palin’s husband.

  9. Alicia Butler said on September 25th, 2008 at 11:47 am

    Uh, oh, Brady. Some of my friends are going to be pretty tee-oh’d when they find out they paid $10.25 to see a movie with no plot about four women who were not actually prostitutes.

  10. Madeline Barbara said on October 31st, 2008 at 1:04 pm

    Eliot Spitzer was going to uncover some really big news about people high up in our government when he was “outed” about this. This to me, is the real story. How people in government (not naming any names) get “the dirt” on people and use it when it meets their political goals. That being said, still an interesting story unfortunately for Spitzer.


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