Senator David Vitter (R-LA) Preached ‘Family Values’ While Using Escort Service

Hustler presentation with escort Wendy Cortez describing her business relationship with Senator David Vitter (R-LA).

David Vitter requested that she not wear any perfume. He always took his condom with him after was finished. He would take another shower and he would leave. He would leave without saying goodbye. “We built a rapport with each other and we talked about things, Cortez explained.  “If you ever want to see me through not working … or, not here, here’s my number. And I wrote my name ‘Wendy’ down and said ‘my real name is Wendy’ and he said ‘Oh my God’ and I never saw him again.”

Cortex continued that ‘it was weird because she then saw the family values campaign him and the kids walking over the hill with Wendy [Vitter’s wife] walking behind and Vitter saying “I believe in family values.”

“He was an absolute hypocrite,” Cortez added.

Vitter’s response (July 10, 2007) to revelation that his phone number was found in the contact list of Miz Julia or Deborah Jeane Palfrey — the DC madam, whose phone records with 10,000 to 15,000 phone numbers were handed over to ABC News 20/20 in July 2007.

In October 2006, federal agents raided Deborah Jeane Palfrey’s home after a two-year investigation by the Internal Revenue Service and the United States Postal Inspection Service. Federal agents froze bank accounts worth over USD $500,000, seizing papers relating to racketeering, money laundering and prostitution charges. Her escort services were advertised on the Washington City Paper (a weekly paper once related by ownership to the Chicago Reader). Allegedly, clients paid $300 per hour for escort services.