The call girl who cost New York governor Eliot Spitzer his job has signed a music deal with Violator Records - the same company behind rappers Busta Rhymes and Missy Elliot.
Ashlee Dupree shot to fame when her relationship with married politician Spitzer hit the headlines in March (08).
An aspiring singer, Dupree benefited from the exposure and her songs Move Ya Body and What We Want, both posted on her MySpace.com webpage, went on to receive over 3 million internet hits.
And now Dupree has landed a record deal with Violator, according to the New York Post.
A source confirms to AllHipHop.com, "She deserved a fair shake and Violator isn't scared of the controversy."