Escort: 'I'm Not THAT Kristen'

A voluptuous brunette escort named Kristen, who advertises her availability online "for discriminating gentlemen," says she is not the "Kristen" linked to New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer.

The online ad for Kristen, featuring provocative semi-nude lingerie photos, includes an update, "I am not the person the Daily News has mentioned in relation to the Spitzer case."

The online posting is one of thousands ABC News found online of young women of all types and races who offer themselves for "escort" and "tryst" services.

The "Kristen" named in an FBI affidavit in the Spitzer case worked for an escort service called The Emperor's Club.

According to the affidavit, the "Kristen" provided for Spitzer was an "American, petite, very pretty brunette, 5 feet 5 inches and 105 pounds."

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She allegedly met Spitzer at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 13, collecting $4,300 from the governor.

The online ad for Kristen lists a different height, "a leggy 5 feet 8 inches."

E-mails sent to the Kristen site were returned with this message: "Thank you for contacting me. I am currently unavailable through mid-March. Please try me again after March 15th. I look forward to connecting with you then. Kristen."

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