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Video: Spitzer call girl writes NY Post sex column

msnbc.com staff and news service reports
updated 12/14/2009 10:15:23 AM ET 2009-12-14T15:15:23

Got a problem with your love life? Ask Ashley.

That would be Ashley Dupre, the former call girl whose tryst with former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer led to his resignation last year.

The New York Post has hired the 24-year-old to write a weekly advice column dealing with sex and relationships.

In a video announcing her new job posted by the paper, she dons office wear and glasses to explain her new advisory position in between posing for a photo shoot.

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“I used to be on the front page of the New York Post. Now, I’m writing for it,” she said. “Ask me anything about love, sex and relationships.

“Take it from me, someone who could have used a little advice in the past — there’s nothing better than learning from someone else’s experiences,” she concluded.

In Dupre’s column on Sunday, one reader asked if she needs to tell her boyfriend how many men she's slept with. Dupre’s answer: "It's really none of his business (and vice versa)."

The new columnist was in the news before her Post gig, for giving her take on the women who had affairs with Tiger Woods.

“I don’t agree with coming forward,” she told Extra. “I mean, he has a family, he has a wife, he has kids. For people who just come out and say things … that’s really wrong. You’re messing with some one else’s life.”

A spokesman for the Post did not answer a call seeking comment.

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