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Heidi Fleiss

There Are Some Drugs You Can’t Un-Do, Heidi Fleiss


I can never keep track of whether Heidi Fleiss is sober at any given time. It’s just at the point of meth-saturation where she looks completely wrecked no matter what. Lindsay Lohan, this is your future. Heidi is only 43 years old! My grandfather has better teeth, and he’s twice her age.

Heidi did some shopping in Beverly Hills on Thursday, and likely tipped off the paparazzi, although I have no idea why she’d want to be photographed the way she looks. I’d heard that she abandoned her plans for a Stud Ranch (a male brothel), so I checked her official website, and it claims that she’s still in the process of launching it. Actually, here’s what it says, exactly:


I have a fun game, guys. Let’s see if we can list ALL the spelling and punctuation errors in these four small paragraphs. Go.

Heidi Fleiss: Off to Rehab?

On Thursday, Hollywood Madam Heidi Fleiss was charged with unlawful use of methamphetamine and possession of the painkiller hydrocodone without a prescription, stemming from her February 7 arrest.

“I have a bit of a substance abuse problem,” she said to a local paper. She added that she’s planning to enter rehab for the third time as early as this week.

Meanwhile, I’m upset about this mostly because it seems to have delayed the grand opening of the male brothel outside of Vegas that Fleiss has been working on forever. I want this thing OPEN and RUNNING! Not necessarily so that I can go myself, but definitely so that I can read about the experiences of other people who have gone.

Heidi Fleiss Arrested on Drug Charges


Oh, man. This chick just can’t get it right. She’s managed to open a legal male brothel in Nevada, but she can’t seem to kick the pill habit.

Heidi Fleiss was arrested for investigation of driving under the influence and possessing drugs without a prescription.

Nevada deputies responded to a DUI call and contacted Heidi this morning.

“During the investigation she was found to have prescription narcotics on her person, not in a prescription bottle, and could produce no evidence that the prescription pain medication had been prescribed to her,” police said in a press release. “She was arrested and transported to [jail].”