Hollywood is Just a Big Escort Service for the Elite – Part 2
























Posted by “feliciag” on http://doppels.proboards.com, August 2010:

I was fortunate to come from a loving family, but many of the performers and models I knew did not. When they came from abusive homes or single parent homes they almost always became more vulnerable to prostitution, abuse, and drug addiction. Some of it is driven by the very real harsh economics of working in that industry. 99% unemployment is really bad, let alone trying to compete with a gazillion people who are prettier, more talented, and who have bigger boobs/skinnier bodies than you do!

So from a director or producer’s perspective, when you have thousands of gorgeous young men and women dying to get a part, why not have some “hidden” job requirements like sleeping with the director? If one woman refuses to do it, chances are there are hundreds behind her in line who will say yes.

That’s the mentality.

The problem is that young women often think that sleeping with the director means that they will be taken more seriously as a performer and get more access to meatier roles. It doesn’t always work that way.

I knew two actresses, one who was a comedienne/actress, one who was just an actress, who were trying to make it in New York and were pursuing every option possible, knocking down doors, pounding the pavements, etc.

One of them ended up sleeping with yucky Jewish “comedian” Jackie Mason because he told her he would help her get live comedy gigs in the city. He did invite her to perform at one event, but that was it. She stopped sleeping with him pretty quickly and the entire experience really darkened her, blackened her spirit. She went from this gorgeous Italian-American New Jersey comedienne to this saddened, heavy drinking, harsh-toned woman almost overnight. She told me he gave her drugs, too, so God knows what really happened.

The other girl, the actress who was friends with the comedienne, actually had a TV agent in the city who put her up for a minor speaking role on the TV show ER. This actress was told that she needed to sleep with – I think it was the casting director, not the episode director – and she did. She got the small performing role. Her agent had basically operated as a madam – setting her up to sleep with the director to get the role. After the agent knew the actress was willing to go that route to get work, she set her up to work as a full-time escort between acting jobs. The last I talked to this poor actress, she had descended into full-time prostitution because she wasn’t getting audiitons for acting work, but her agent was sending her loads of johns to sleep with! So many acting agencies are fronts for prostitution, escort services, S&M/dungeon master stuff, and worse.

Joe Franklin who had a late night TV talk show in New York was another one famous for getting young girls to sleep with him while making promises about how he would set them up in show business. Which never happened for any of the women. It was all a set up.

When men of power see all these gorgeous, talented, and often very sexual women pursuing jobs in New York, many of them take advantage.

Now, I’m still talking about stuff happening on a relatively human level. Man to woman. It’s abusive, it’s nasty, but in some ways, it’s a story as old as time.

What I want to talk about next has to do with the price of celebrity and the whole replacement issue.

What I’ve talked about so far is what happens in the very lowest levels, the lowest “tier” of show business. This is where I was, where people were basically just working for a living, trying to keep themselves and their integrity intact, naive about the larger stuff going on for the most part. Some made bad choices, fell into prostitution, drug use, and/or porn – amongst the models, actors, and actresses I knew. But most of the people I personally knew well then stayed at that level. They never became famous or “big.”

I did, however, have many firsthand brushes with celebs who were on a much higher tier. And weird stuff was constant within these circles.

As I mentioned in another thread, I do believe that there are two realities within the industry. Insider/bloodline types who literally make a phone call after they get out of Juilliard or film school and immediately get work in the industry – who have often come from multi-generational abuse families. And then there are nobodies like me who get work but don’t have those connections. In my career, whenever I would cross slightly over into the reality of potentially getting bigger roles (in TV or film,) I was always presented with the “pay to play” prostitution demand, which I refused. I kept thinking each time I hit that wall in various cities, and various shows and film projects, that surely, at some point I would find a big role that didn’t require that, but I never did. Casting directors, agents, and/or directors always made it clear that you not only make yourself available to sleep with that specific power player, but most actresses are expected to be on call in what’s basically a pool of prostitute/escorts for other powerful people that particular person might know.

Models also end up in this situation, only it starts very young for them, since a model’s career is usually over by 25. They start working at 13 – 16 and begin working as prostitutes from day one in addition to going on modeling calls. Because models also have to keep an extremely, inhumanly thin physique, they are fed cocaine the very first time they are at a modelling shoot, usually, and this keeps them lively and bouncy for the photo shoot, lowers their sexual inhibitions, and makes them feel part of the “adult” crowd.

I have lived on a property where many Ralph Lauren and other high profile clothes catalogue shoots have been held, in addition to many women’s magazines shooting photo spreads there. Cocaine was handed out at the refreshment table much of the time. (I usually showed up, grabbed a snack, and left! I couldn’t believe how open the drug use was. The models were sickly thin but looked great in the bulky clothes. )

So to cross into the higher echelons of entertainment if you DON’T have family connections, you work yourself through the drug use/sexual permissiveness/prostitution/escort levels, and this in turn leads to things like mind control, having handlers, and into darker levels of what I believe is spiritual possession or soul loss at a profound level. At some point, if you “wake up” from the almost constant mind control and trance induction, and you say “No,” you can either be told you will never have a career (As happened to me before I got involved with the crap;) and/or you can have your physical well-being threatened.


I had death threats from one assistant director who had chosen me to play a recurring character (non-=speaking) on a TV show. I did about ten episodes. He was always inappropriately flirtatious with me, in a really creepy way, and when I showed up one day with an engagement ring on my finger after getting engaged, he got really nasty. He threatened my boyfriend’s life and mine. I couldn’t figure out why. I was just a bit player, nobody famous, nothing. I just laughed it off at the time but I knew another girl who had gone the prostitution route on the show and slept with this same assistant director, which got her exactly six speaking lines in one episode, and she became creeped out by him very quickly. She talked about how he was violent with her during sex, always feeding her copious drugs, and talked about how the next time she came over he would bring some of his friends over from the set and she would have to sleep with them.

She refused and broke up with him after that, naively thinking that theirs was a relationship of equals. She moved back in with her ex-boyfriend and the boyfriend had the tires shot out of his truck, she was gang-stalked while out driving for months, and her agent would no longer return her phone calls for her “unprofessional” behavior. The unprofessional part was her breaking up with the assistant director.

Again, though, I’m just talking about lower level shenanigans in the industry. I will talk more about observing actual celebs next. I just wanted to provide more background on the thuggery, mandatory prostitution, and drug use that is a constant in the TV/film world. ( I really didn’t see this in the stage world at all, so it seems more tied to the modelling, TV, music video, and film worlds.)

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7 thoughts on “Hollywood is Just a Big Escort Service for the Elite – Part 2

  1. The TIGER WOODS fall from grace in 2009-10 Was another piece of sensationalized fiction. In doing some looking I have noticed that his lawyer MARK NEJAME who is now a CNN ANALYST is none other than CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER- the neocon who is allegedly wheelchair bound. Take a look at this XMAN.

  2. I was wondering if anyone would take a look at CHERYL CROW/SHERRI MOON ZOMBIE-ROB ZOMBIE'S wife. Not only are they dead ringers but the nose/chin/hairline/jaw are spot on. Their height is listed as almost the same 5`8"" vs 5`9""!! Hmmmm.

  3. Yeah they look the same. I thought crow's cancer story was b.s., and what about Lance Armstrong? Did he have cancer too? Or did he use his time in "treatment" to take on some other roles.

  4. He used his ''treatment'' to jack up on steroids. But really back to cheryl-same build too. And this cancer scare with performers it irks me if it is a dodge cause several friends and family members HAVE suffered from cancer. And it ain't pretty/CHEMO/RADIATION/SPINAL TAPS-OMG…GEEZ.

  5. Hey speaking of frauds I just noticed that filmaker GUILLERMO DEL TORO is most likely MICHAEL MOORE-he of FEIRENHEIT 9/11 and ROGER and ME and BOWLING FOR COLUMBINE infamy. Check it out.

  6. As someone who has worked in TV & feature film casting, as well as for a big talent agency, I have to say that this is not very convincing. I can even get behind the whole “replacement” thing, but I personally know of actors who “hit it big” and are relatively normal people. These are not prostitutes or bluebloods, just lucky people who work hard. I am sure that actors sleep with people “in power” all the time in hopes of furthering their career. But those people are looked upon as naive and ignorant, or crazy sociopaths. There are many examples of people who slept their way up the ladder, but no one has ever lost a role because the turned down the casting director’s sexual advances.

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