Amber Arpaio, a 26-year-old Jersey girl, is suing hooker-to-the-sort-of-stars Ashley Dupre and a whole bunch of other folks for allegedly stealing her identity and sullying her good name. Arpaio, who works in a dental office, claims that Dupre “somehow” stole her driver’s license in 2003 to convince Girls Gone Wild producers that she was old enough to be filmed and that part of the license is visible on the video of a dancing Dupre currently being hawked on the Girls Gone Wild website.
In her federal lawsuit filed last week, Arpaio claims that “Dupre’s use of her license has now linked her name to the Spitzer scandal and Dupre’s naked cavorting and career as a prostitute.” Hm. We’re not so sure about that, Ambs. Was it Dupre’s massive and all-encompassing identity heist that linked your name to the scandal or was it filing this lawsuit that did the trick? Because, while we hate to burst your bubble, we think it’s a pretty safe bet that if people watching the dancing-naked-girl video were focusing on anything that Ashley Dupre was flashing, chances are, it wasn’t your “stolen” drivers license. [The Smoking Gun]