Before meeting then New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, Dupré was a struggling singer who worked as a call girl on the side. But when Spitzer's patronage of the Emperors Club VIP attracted federal attention in 2008, Dupré found herself catapulted into the limelight along with her former client. Hers was the first MySpace scandal, and Dupré found pictures of herself taken from her profile and plastered around the Web. Spitzer resigned in disgrace, but Dupré garnered almost equal face time.
Post-affair: For Dupré, taking down the sitting New York governor provided a short-lived career boost. After her illicit assignations with the guv were discovered, her songs were downloaded millions of times. Of course, that didn't mean they were good, and none of the notoriety has translated into any further commercial success.
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