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Heidi Fleiss  

Known as the "Hollywood Madam," Columnist and TV Personality

Heidi Fleiss is an American businesswoman and criminal who was born on December 30, 1965 in Los Angeles, California. After dropping out of high school, Fleiss launched a high class prostitution ring that catered to stars like Charlie Sheen. Dubbed the "Hollywood Madam," she was charged for pandering in 1993. Her "Black Book" of clients (which she never revealed) became as famous as her trial.

Born in Los Angeles, California. One of six children born to a prominent pediatrician, Fleiss dropped out of high school at the age of 16. After receiving her high school equivalency, she briefly attended Valley College and later Santa Monica College. Fleiss worked as a waitress, before beginning a relationship with financier Bernie Cornfeld. In 1988, she was introduced to Elizabeth Adams, a longtime Beverly Hills madam who dealt exclusively with a wealthy clientele.

In 1990, Fleiss became known as the "Hollywood Madam."


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