'Girls Gone Wild' Pulls $1M Offer to Spitzer's Call Girl

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Ashley Alexandra Dupre, the call girl who was hired by New York's former Gov. Eliot Spitzer, got an offer to pose in a magazine. The $1 million offer came from the adult DVD distributor Girls Gone Wild. But before the publisher could finish the deal, he discovered something: Dupre had already posed for him years earlier. He has withdrawn the offer and will use the archival shots.

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