Heidi Fleiss (ハイディ・フライス)
Heidi Lynne Fleiss (born December 30 1965), known as the "Hollywood Madam", was an American madam. She was convicted in connection with her prostitution ring with charges including pandering and tax evasion. Her ring had numerous famous and wealthy clients. She was sentenced to 37 months in prison for tax evasion, (pandering charges were dropped) but served just 21.
Her father, Doctor Paul M. Fleiss is a famous Intactivist (one who opposes circumcision). He was convicted of money laundering in connection with the sex crimes of his daughter, and sentenced to one day in prison, three years of probation and 625 hours of community service.
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.
In 2003, Fleiss accused her ex-boyfriend, actor Tom Sizemore, of domestic violence and other threatening behavior. Sizemore was convicted by a California jury of domestic violence, making criminal threats, and making obscene phone calls.
In 2004, she sold the rights to her story to Paramount Studios for USD$5 million. She is the owner of the West Hollywood boutique "Hollywood Madam".
She resides in Beverly Hills and is a periodic guest on Fox News programs.
Fleiss is currently featured in Maxim Magazine's "Ask Heidi".
Fleiss is planning to build a legal brothel in Nevada that is an exact replica of the White House
Fleiss has also recently announced plans to open a brothel in Pahrump, Nevada called "Heidi Fleiss' Stud Farm."