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Eliot Spitzer may have lost his office but he's found a job - working at his father's real estate company.
The disgraced Spitzer, who resigned as governor a month ago after the feds caught him soliciting sex from a call-girl ring, is also seeing a therapist, according to a report in the upcoming New York magazine confirmed by the Daily News.
Friends say the ex-governor all but announced his plans to seek professional help when he said in his resignation speech last month, "As I leave public life, I will first do what I need to do to help and heal myself and my family."
But mostly Spitzer is overseeing his family's real estate business for his father, who is hospitalized with Parkinson's disease.
"Eliot's sort of running the show. It's money management and property management, basically," said a friend.
The elder Spitzer, 83, built a $500 million real estate empire that includes a full or partial stake in 10 buildings in Manhattan, including five facing Central Park.
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