Complaint filed against Sen. Vitter
A public watchdog group based in Washington D.C. has asked Louisiana's Office of Disciplinary Counsel to investigate Republican Sen. David Vitter. It says he violated the rules of professionalism for attorneys by allegedly soliciting prostitutes.
Sen. Vitter's phone number was among a list of clients in the investigation of the "D.C. Madame." Vitter admitted publicly that he committed a "serious sin," but would not comment further. He has denied allegations of involvement with a prostitute ring in New Orleans.