Posts Tagged ‘Eliot Spitzer’

Eliot Spitzer and Girlfriend Shock Jamaica

January 7, 2014

Eliot Spitzer and Girlfriend Shock Jamaica

According to the New York Post, the Big Apple’s tabloid rag of record, amorous antics in a hot tub by former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer and gal pal Lis Smith shocked fellow guests at a hotel in Jamaica’s Montego Bay.  At another hostelry, the Mayflower Hotel here in DC, Mr. Spitzer is better known as “Client Number 9.”

Lis Smith, former spokesperson for NYC’s new Mayor Bill DeBlasio, has recently been the constant companion of Mr. Spitzer who, for now, is wed to another. Ms. Smith worked on Mr. Spitzer’s failed campaign for New York City Comptroller.


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Political Celebrity

September 14, 2010

Political Celebrity

The documentary about Eliot Spitzer was the hot ticket at Tribeca and the Toronto Film Festival. What does a disgraced moral crusader do after his ethics and sex life become the stuff of jokes, tabloids, books, and movies?

He goes Hollywood. Mr. Spitzer will co-host a show on CNN this fall.


Eliot Spitzer Buys Low in DC

March 7, 2009

Eliot Spitzer Buys Low in DC

Eliot Spitzer, disgraced former governor of New York, just bought a real estate bargain in Washington, DC. Mr. Spitzer and his father paid $180 million for a $209 million office building at 1615 L Street, NW. Tenants include PR giant Fleishman-Hillard, the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, and the Nixon Center think tank (Dimitri K.Simes, President), a division of The Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace Foundation.

The 418,000-square-foot L Street building is convenient to the Mayflower Hotel, where Mr. Spitzer is better known as “Client Number 9.”


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