She is best known as the $4,300-a-night New Jersey hooker who took down the New York Governor. Now wannabe singer/call girl Ashley Dupré tells Diane Sawyer, "I've made bad decisions... bad choices."
Dupré opens up to "20/20" and Sawyer in her first television interview on the illicit trysts with Luv Gov Eliot Spitzer. Ashley also tells her side to People magazine, saying she's sorry for the pain she caused Spitzer's wife Silda. She also says her hooking days are over.
The 23-year-old also revealed to People that she confided in her family. Ashley says her mother wasn't angry, "She was supportive." After the scandal, Dupré moved from Manhattan back to her parents' home in New Jersey, and is now hopeful for what the future holds. "I want to do music, to do fashion, to write books -- there's so many things."