She's acting like I moved into a house that was a palace and trashed it, vandalized it. It's not trueLandlord prepares to sue Heidi Fleiss May 05, 2008
Women are more independent these days; they make more money and it's hard to meet peopleJockstrip: The world as we know it Nov 18, 2005
Women are more independent these days; they make more money and it's hard to meet peopleHeidi Fleiss to open Nevada 'Stud Farm' Nov 17, 2005
I don't know who it's supposed to be about, but it's not about meFleiss calls TV bio-pic 'ridiculous' Mar 24, 2004
Heidi Lynne Fleiss (born December 30, 1965), is a columnist and television personality regularly featured in American Media. Throughout the 1990's, while known as "Hollywood Madam," Fleiss catered to high class international clientel as both prostitute and pimp.
In 1997, she was convicted in connection with her prostitution ring with charges including procuring and tax evasion. Her ring reportedly had numerous famous and wealthy clients. She was sentenced to 37 months in prison for tax evasion, (the pandering charges were dropped), but served just 21. Her original three-year sentence prompted wide outrage at her harsh punishment, while her customers had not been punished.
In 1995, Nick Broomfield made a documentary about her ring called Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madam. In 2004, a made-for-TV movie was produced called Call Me: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss, in which Fleiss was portrayed by actress Jamie-Lynn Sigler.