Did Tommy Lasorda, Bruce Willis, and Steve Jones Frequent the Same Hollywood Super Madam?
In what could turn out to be a long, expensive, and revealing lawsuit, Tommy Lasorda, the great former manager of the LA Dodgers, swears that he will sue if the tell-all autobiography "Secrets of a Hollywood Super Madam" is released on Thursday.
Hollywood madam Jody "Babydol" Gibson was popped eight years ago for pimping out high-priced hookers, porn stars, and Playboy models throughout 16 states. She was given three years but served less than two at Chowchilla.
The court records were censored to protect the high profile clients in her "trick book", but on Thursday, barring any legal action, Babydol will release her book one chapter at a time thru her website, or for $17.95 at bookstores and on Amazon.
From the intro on her site:
This book is about my life servicing the rich and famous… and their sex, sex, sex! From Ben Affleck’s steamy night with a hot blonde to Bruce Willis’ wild time the champagne flowed. Political figures like Barry Goldwater Jr., as well as House of Representative’s Texas Lt. Governor Ben Barnes, baseball legend Tommy La Sorda, and even Supermodel Naomi Campbell's father negotiated with me for a Royal Arab Prince. Their excesses like a week with the richest man in the world The Sultan of Brunei, or the wild parties with Arnold and Sly; from Playboy Playmates to porn stars it’s all in here. And the money...find out how one lucky gal got over a million dollars in the country without declaring it! But it hadn’t started like that. The truth was my parents afforded me a wonderful beginning in the affluent suburbs of Westchester, N.Y. I came from a very clean-cut entertainment family with ambitions for a recording career.
The truth is all I really wanted was to make videos for MTV.
My sister was a soap opera star from daytime television, and mom was a personal talent manager famous for discovering a then unknown actor named Thomas Mopather, whose name she changed to Tom Cruise.
See how I moved to Los Angeles with dreams of pop stardom and how it segued to becoming a Hollywood Super Madam.