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But now she is charging something new: that Vitter paid her for services for three years not the four months she initially claimed , and that he pressured her to get an abortion—to no avail—after she revealed she was carrying his child. Hey do you want to call her? He chose the questions. He decided to pull the trigger. On Saturday, local television station WDSU published a follow-up to the Zombie allegation that included a letter Ellis had written to a judge in asking for leniency.
In the letter, Ellis told the judge that she had never been a prostitute, only a dancer, and explained that she had been receiving chemotherapy for seven months starting in January —a substantial chunk of the three-year period in which she alleged Vitter was paying her for sex. In , in Hustler , she alleged her relationship with Vitter lasted at least four months. She told Berry it lasted three years.
And the Hustler story never mentioned anything about an abortion. But Berry never talked to anyone at Hustler about that, nor did he send the magazine specific questions. A Hustler spokesman did not respond to a request for comment, but a Times-Picayune reporter who also investigated the Ellis story told The Gambit in a follow-up piece published Thursday that she had never complained about her portrayal in the paper. Are you kidding? And so here we are, one day before the election, with an unsubstantiated allegation about a senator and a love child hanging in the air.
Ellis claims the child was adopted. Former Democratic Rep. Tim Murphy. Kevin Drum. Erika Eichelberger. Andy Kroll. David Corn. Dan Friedman. Jamilah King. Monika Bauerlein. Fernanda Echavarri. Nathalie Baptiste. We have a new comment system! We are now using Coral, from Vox Media, for comments on all new articles. We'd love your feedback. Can you pitch in a few bucks to help fund Mother Jones' investigative journalism?
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