Hooker: Former NY Gov Spitzer Liked Violence and Roll-Play

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December 30, 2013 9:51am PST

In a new memoir, a New York hooker lays out in graphic detail disgraced New York Governor Eliot Spitzer’s sexual activities saying he liked violence and sick roll playing games.

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Spitzer, it may be recalled, lost his job as the Empire State’s governor in 2008 when it came to light that he was listed as “client number 9” in an indictment of a call girl ring.

In her salacious new book, former prostitute Rebecca Woodward (going by the last name of Kade for the book) details what she says were the regular visits she had from sex-crazed Spitzer saying he liked to punch her, choke her, and demanded that she pretend she was in a self-defense class.

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“The more struggle there was, the more he was into it,” Woodward wrote in her new book Call Girl Confidential.

Woodward had her limits, though. “When he grabbed my throat, that was too much,” she said.

“He wasn’t squeezing,” Woodard recalls of the then-governor’s bedroom antics, according to The Post. “He was pushing down. I was on my back. I don’t know if he was trying to really hurt me, but he was…

“I was nervous. I was worried. This is not OK, I thought…

“It got rough. And then he put his hands around my throat, strangling me. He wasn’t pretending to be a rapist. But he was like an attacker.”

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“He was like some of the guys who envision themselves in a porn movie,” Woodward said of Spitzer.

Spitzer’s spokespeople, though, say these are old charges and are false. “This is an old story, a complete fabrication, that is unequivocally untrue,” said Spitzer spokeswoman, Lisa Linden.

Once viewed as one of the nation’s rising Democrat stars, Spitzer fell from grace after admitting that he was for many years a constant client of prostitutes. He later became a cable TV talk show host on CNN and later Al Gore’s failed cable network, Current TV–the latter is now Al Jazeera, America.

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