Spitzer’s Call Girl Sued for Posing as N.J. Woman in ‘Girls Gone Wild’ Video

A New Jersey woman is suing the call girl linked to the downfall of New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer because she says Ashley Dupre used her lost driver's license to appear on a "Girls Gone Wild" video.

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The federal lawsuit filed this month by Amber Arpaio seeks unspecified monetary compensation for defamation and invasion of privacy. Arpaio also sued "Girls Gone Wild" founder Joseph Francis.

Francis released a video in April that he says showed Dupre agreeing to be filmed and identifying herself as Amber Arpaio. Dupre has said she was only 17 when she signed a contract to appear in the "Girls Gone Wild" video.

Lawyers for Francis and Dupre had no immediate comment on the lawsuit Thursday.