Ashley Dupre -- of Eliot Spitzer "Kristen" infamy -- was on 20/20 Friday night. She talked with Diane Sawyer about a bunch of stuff: her life growing up, how she got into the business, her dog.
But we're guessing you're interested in the bits about the former governor (we were). Here they are:
About whether she feels responsible for Spitzer downfall:
"If it wasn't me, it would have been someone else. I was doing my job. I don't feel that I brought him down."
On whether she knew who Spitzer was:
"He looked familiar. But I was 22 years old, I didn't, I wasn't reading the papers. I was so involved in my life and I was so selfish and so caught up in my life. And I didn't know who he was. I was whoever they wanted me to be and he was whoever he wanted to be."
On watching Silda Spitzer during Eliot Spitzer's press conference:
"I felt connected to her. I didn't feel connected to him. Her pain, I just saw the pain in her eyes ... I didn't feel anything for him."
One whether Spitzer was a "difficult" client:
"Legally, I've been advised not to answer that."
On how many times she and Spitzer got together:
"Legally, I am not able to answer that question."
Again, whether she felt at all responsible:
I don't feel that I brought him down.
A decision he made.
On what she would say to Spitzer:
"I wouldn't say anything to him. I'd say it to his wife ... 'Sorry for your pain.'"
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