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Heidi Fleiss stays in Vegas (well, Nevada)

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Just in time for Valentine's Day comes news that Heidi Fleiss is going back into the sex business. This time, though, she's decided to do it where it's legal.

In case you don't know Heidi, she was the Hollywood Madame of the 1990s; she was busted at age 27. The list of clients at her Benedict Canyon brothel was headed by Charlie Sheen. Back then, she was peddling ladies women; now she's decided to sell men instead.

Heidi's Stud Farm will service paying ladies women. (Sorry, no man-on-man action). It will be located in the fantastically-named but sparsely populated Crystal, Nevada. And guess what, gents? Heidi is hiring.

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Look for Heidi on KTLA news tonight. Yesterday in part 1 of their profile she asked, rhetorically, "What else am I going to do?"

We guess that means the clothing line, books, DVDs and baby blankets just aren't bringing in the bank like the hookers did. But Heidi, all you need is love...

Photo of Heidi Fleiss and Ron Jeremy from