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Love Gov: The Movie

by ncoles   April 25, 2008 at 6:30PM  |  Views: 224


Normally stories ripped from the headlines end up on Law and Order or as some cheesy made-for-television movie. Hustler magazine has beaten both to punch by turning the Governor Eliot Spitzer call girl scandal into a spoof porno. It’s titled Gov Lov: The Eliot Splitz-Her Story, which is very much in keeping with the grand tradition of corny porn titles. According to Hustler’s press release the story unfolds as follows:

Mike Horner, who bears a striking resemblance to the former governor, eagerly places his order with the Pimperor's Club. As "Client 69," he agrees to fork over thousands for an all-expense-paid trip so that his mistress, Kristen, can meet him in Washington, D.C. Kristen, played by Cassandra Cruz, arrives at the governor's hotel to find him eagerly awaiting her arrival. Watch as the governor reveals his overzealous sex drive and gets sucked and fucked by his sexy mistress. "Client 69" is under the impression that he is going to get away with his sexcapade, but little does he know there are FBI agents on a stakeout in the next room. The agents, played by Van Damage and Veronica Jett, are so incredibly turned on by what they are overhearing in the governor's room that they decide to have some fun of their own.

There apparently is some art to the movie with Huslter publisher Larry Flynt stating "This movie parody is an example of one of the reasons I went to the Supreme Court in 1988 — to make parody protected speech".  The other reason was to make a ton of cash.

Gov Lov: The Eliot Splitz-Her Story is cumming soon to a house of ill repute near you. In the meantime, check out this safe-for-work poster and the safe-for-work trailer of the movie - which is actually very funny.