HOLLYWOOD actor Charlie Sheen allegedly hired the same callgirl involved in the Eliot Spitzer scandal for a fantasy themed threesome.
Pimp Jason Itzler, 41, claims he sent Ashley Alexander Dupre under the name of Victoria and another girl, Cheryl to Sheen more than two years ago, the Daily Record reported.
He claims Sheen paid $20,000 for a threesome with the girls dressed up as cheerleaders.
"Sheen got the girls to dress up as cheerleaders and chant his name while performing sex acts.
"They loved Charlie. They said he was a great guy. A great lover.
"One time he had them dressed up like cheerleaders, chanting 'Charlie! Charlie! He's our man. If he can't do it, nobody can!'" Itzler also claims Sheen pretended he was a porn film director and asked the women to act out lesbian scenes for him.
Sheen has admitted using hookers, but denied the story when it broke two years ago.
Grand Jury to hear confessions of New York callgirl
News of Ms Dupre's liason's with Sheen came aas she prepares to face the grand jury to testify about her tryst with the disgraced former New York governor Eliot Spitzer. Prosecutors will examine whether Mr Spitzer used any campaign funds for his meetings with prostitutes.
Ms Dupre, also known as Ashley Youmans, has received a subpoena to appear behind closed doors before an investigating grand jury hearing the case against the Emperors Club VIP prostitution ring, her lawyer said in court.
The struggling singer was caught by an FBI phone-tap talking to an accused madam about her $US4300 ($4580) encounter with a man referred to asClient 9, now identified as Spitzer.
Ms Dupre reportedly had several dates with the man she knew as "George Fox" but only realised during their last meeting that he was the New York governor. The New York Post said that the shocked prostitute told her bosses: "Oh, my God! Do you know who this guy is?"
Mr Spitzer, a crusading former prosecutor who is married with three daughters, resigned last week without striking a deal with prosecutors on his legal fate. Negotiations between prosecutors and Mr Spitzer's legal team appear to be on hold for authorities to determine whether any taxpayer money or campaign funds was misused - which Mr Spitzer denies.
The New York Times reported that prosecutors were focusing on whether campaign funds were used in Mr Spitzer's dealings with the high-priced callgirl ring. Prosecutors have asked Mr Spitzer's lawyers about the travel arrangements for three trips, including his tryst with Ms Dupre at the Mayflower Hotel, Washington, on the eve of Valentine's Day, the Times said.
Mr Spitzer reportedly used the escort service on trips to Dallas and Florida. He attended a fundraising event in Dallas in October and held another fundraiser in West Palm Beach last month.
Mr Spitzer is more likely to face charges stemming from his payments to the prostitution ring than from the sex itself.
Clinton under fire for Spitzer links
The scandal is threatening to ricochet into the presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton, a New York senator who was endorsed by Mr Spitzer.
It was Senator Clinton's U-turn on Mr Spitzer's now-abandoned plan to grant drivers' licences to illegal immigrants in a TV debate in October that first exposed her potential weakness in the campaign.
Now, Mr Spitzer's infidelity has reminded voters of Bill Clinton's own sexual meanderings. Comedian David Letterman got an easy laugh with his top 10 list of excuses for Mr Spitzer's conduct. The No1 excuse: "I thought Bill Clinton legalised this years ago."