DC Madam to Subpoena GOP Senator Vitter

This post, written by GottaLaff, originally appeared on Cliff Schecter's Brave New Films Blog

H/t to our pal Blogenfreude for bringing this to my attention. Looks like someone named Vitter is going to get more unwanted attention from the press:
Alleged D.C. Madam Deborah Jeane Palfrey wants to force Sen. David Vitter to tell a judge about his experiences with her escort service.
Palfrey has filed court documents seeking to subpoena the Louisiana senator to testify in an upcoming hearing.
As first reported on WTOP, an escort named Paula Neble claims Vitter, R-La., was a customer.
Palfrey is suing Neble, saying she violated a contract by accepting money for sex.
The Senate welcomed their friend David back. After all, the family values crowd is fine with extramarital sex with a female prostitute.

Had he tippy-tapped his way into something other than that, say, in a public men's room stall, well, maybe then he would have gotten the cold shoulder.

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