Spitzer used own money for sexual encounters
ALBANY, N.Y. -- A review of Former Governor Eliot Spitzer's expense reports by the Associated Press shows he uses his own money for his sexual encounters.
After examining a year's worth of expense reports, the AP said there was no evidence that Spitzer's state credit card or his campaign committee paid for anything other than business related activity.
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Spitzer resigned from office on March 17th following allegations he was involved in a prostitution ring.