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Ashley Butler
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto IV

The Lost and Damned

Full name: Ashley Butler
Also known as: Ash
Date of birth: 1981 (Age 27-28)
Place of birth: Acter, Alderney
Home: Alderney
Nationality: American
Family: Johnny Klebitz (Ex-Boyfriend)
Affiliations: The Lost Brotherhood

Ray Boccino

Voiced by: Traci Godfrey

Ashley Butler is a character voiced by Traci Godfrey in Grand Theft Auto IV and The Lost and Damned. She is twenty-seven years old and is the ex "old lady" of the Vice-President of The Lost Brotherhood, Johnny Klebitz. She is a known associate of Pegorino Family capo Ray Boccino. The Liberty City Police Department believe she is a link between the Pegorino Family and The Lost Brotherhood. She has been arrested once, in 2001, for being in possession of a controlled substance (namely, cocaine).

Ashley had a relationship with Ray Boccino. Ray used this to his advantage when he convinced Ashley to use The Lost to steal several diamonds from Anthony "Gay Tony" Prince. In the GTA IV mission Taking in the Trash, he seemed to care about her and her addiction.

After completion of The Lost and Damned's storyline, if Johnny calls Ashley, she'll ask for forty dollars. Johnny declines, saying that she can kill herself on her own. She e-mails Johnny once more. The e-mail says that she checked back into rehab, and is doing well. Johnny wishes her good luck but also tells her to stay away from him. She is not heard from again after this point.

The player can also occasionally call her after certain missions to hear her input on what's going on in the game's storyline.

Mission appearances

The Lost and Damned


  • It is implied through dialouge that Ashley and Billy Grey slept together while she was still dating Johnny Klebitz, hence their break-up.
  • Ashley's e-mail adress is



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