Heidi Fleiss

February 11, 2012 by staff 

Heidi Fleiss, Heidi Lynne Fleiss (born December 30, 1965) is an American former madam, and also a columnist and television personality regularly featured in the 1990s in American media. She is often referred to as the “Hollywood Madam”.

Fleiss was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Her parents, Paul M. Fleiss and Elissa (née Ash), are divorced. Her parents adopted Elissa’s sister’s baby daughter Kim, then adopted Paul’s sister’s baby daughter Amy (born 1965).

Heidi was born later the same year. Paul and Elissa then had Shana (born 1967), Jason (1968-2009) and Jesse (born 1977). On December 28, 2009, 41-year-old Jason drowned in the sea off Hawaii.

In 1995, Nick Broomfield made a documentary about her prostitution 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.

Fleiss and reality TV personality Victoria Sellers (a friend of Fleiss since their teens, although their relationship had hit the rocks during the period Sellers was interviewed for Broomfield’s documentary) hosted and produced an instructional DVD titled Sex Tips with Heidi Fleiss and Victoria Sellers in 2001. She is a periodic guest on Fox News programs and is currently[when?] featured in Maxim Magazine’s “Ask Heidi” column.

In January 2010, Fleiss was the third housemate to enter the final Channel 4 series of Celebrity Big Brother in the UK; she was the second to be evicted. During her appearance on Big Brother, she stated that she does not want children, as she would be a poor mother, and would respond to an unplanned pregnancy by terminating it-her exact words were “Thank God for abortion!”–this comment elicited angry responses from viewers. She did not return for the finale; Davina McCall said Fleiss had to look after some exotic birds.

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