Nearly a decade after he was caught cavorting with hookers, former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer is still striking out.
The disgraced politician, 57, was spotted in a heated discussion with his ex-girlfriend, Lis Smith, late Thursday night at L'Artusi in New York, RadarOnline.com can exclusively confirm.
First, all was calm with the former couple, who split earlier this year amid accusations he choked and threatened a former prostitute.
After sitting down around 10 pm, "they ordered a bottle of Prosecco and some pasta dishes," an onlooker told Radar. "They were sweet to each other, very cordial."
In Radar's exclusive video, Smith discusses a recent trip with her on-etime boyfriend.
But soon after, Spitzer began putting the moves on his 33-year-old ex— and she coolly rejected the advances.
"He told her she's on the menu tonight," the eyewitness recalled. "She said, 'No, I'm not.'"
When he begged her to get together over the weekend, she shut him down again, claiming to be busy.
"He was definitely trying to get back together with her, or at least sleep with her," the source said.
Then evening then took a turn for the worse!
"She said, 'Is this all a game to you? You just like winning,'" the onlooker continued.
Spitzer began dropping insults, even calling his former love "psychotic."
The pair's uncomfortable conversation went well past 11 pm.
Spitzer's love life has had its fair share of highs and lows. Though she stuck by his side through the first prostitution scandal, Spitzer's longtime wife Silda left him five years later. (She made out with $7.5 million in a post-nuptial agreement, Radar exclusively reported in 2014.)
Soon after his separation, Spitzer began dating the much-younger Smith, a former spokesperson for New York City mayor Bill de Blasio. But the romance unraveled in late 2015, just months before a Russian woman claimed he attacked her during a fight in New York's Plaza hotel. (He was never charged with a crime.)
According to the New York Post, Smith's friends encouraged her to get tested for STDs following the break-up.
Of course, Spitzer first gained notoriety when officials accused him of hiring hookers from a high-end escort service in 2008. He resigned from office on March 17 of that year.