Tears. Recrimination. Talk of treatment for sex addiction. A suicide watch.
They’re all in a blockbuster book by one of Eliot Spitzer’s closest confidants, Lloyd Constantine, who had a front-row seat to the last desperate days before the Luv Guv’s administration crumbled in a prostitution scandal.
Constantine’s new tome due out next week gives the erstwhile Spitzer administration its first, much-disputed tell-all, a copy of which was provided to the Daily News.