In a magazine interview hitting the racks soon, a woman who worked in a New Orleans brothel has given a detailed, and at times explicit, interview about a affair with Vitter. Vitter's phone number also came up in the phone records of the "D. The Crypt has received a scanned paper copy of the interview, but the pictures and some of the quotes are totally NSFW not safe for work. The New Orleans Times-Picayune first revealed some of the details of the interview today. Hustler says Ellis, who used to go by the name Wendy Cortez, passed a lie detector test before giving her interview and posing for X-rated photos. Ellis, according to the Times-Picayune, has a criminal record, including credit card fraud, a point made by some of Vitter's supporters who dispute her story.
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Ellis did pass a lie detector test paid for by Larry Flynt and administered by Edward Gelb, a former president of the American Polygraph Association. I also asked her if she could say one thing to Senator Vitter now, what would it be: Ellis said the escort service she worked for operated out of Dumaine Street in the French Quarter. I asked her about her health, later on in the interview: I have talked to numerous sources who contradict the Senator's original claim that he never solicited prostitutes in the state of Louisiana but so far Wendy Ellis is the first person who was willing to go on the record about it. I believe there will be more information I can publish in the coming weeks.
October 20, She teared up on camera. Her heartbreaking story compelled three major candidates for Louisiana governor to issue statements. Her story has changed, though, dramatically.
David Vitter is again under fire from adult content publisher Larry Flynt. Flynt restated his claim today that Vitter patronized a Louisiana prostitution service in The Hustler magazine publisher called a news conference today and brought a former prostitute into his Beverly Hills office to publicly name Vitter as her former client.