New York Governor Eliot Spitzer has apologized to the public and his family, saying he hasn't lived up to his own standards, but he did not mention his reported involvement in a prostitution ring.
Earlier, "The New York Times" reported that Spitzer told his senior aides he has been involved in a prostitution ring.
Spitzer had been expected to resign, but did not mention either resignation or a prostitution ring in his statement.
Meantime, Fox News reports that Spitzer has been indicted by a federal grand jury for, quote, "acts committed in the District of Columbia."
Spitzer reportedly is linked as a customer of the Emperors VIP Club, which has been busted by federal prosecutors in the Big Apple.