This weekend, news of the auction of Heidi Fleiss’ salacious Black Book on eBay is spreading like wildfire, and causing mass panic among the power brokers of Hollywood. But, the Black Book is not being auctioned by Fleiss, as it’s in the possession of an unknown person, who says that they are going to release ten names a day while the auction is in progress.
According to the Inquisitr, the opening bid for the Black Book will be $100,000. The book documents actors, studio heads, athletes, and politicians, plus details how frequently they used a prostitute, and their likes and dislikes.
Perez Hilton is reporting that the present owner of the Black Book is ready to leak names to add to the press of the auction.
“The names will be released once a day over the next ten days, or until the auction on the book gets up over $100,000, and apparently they are the top of the top in terms of celebrities, executives, politicians, sports figures, and more, so… this should be VERY interesting.”
But Fleiss has now told TMZ that she no longer has any say about what happens to her Black Book, as it is not in her possession, and hasn’t been for years. She told TMZ that 20 years ago, someone stole the book, and she never got it back. But now, she is pointing the finger at a major source for the theft. She is actually blaming the FBI, because she says the book was stolen from the FBI evidence room.
Fleiss’ friend/boss Dennis Hof, owner of the Moonlite Bunny Ranch outside Las Vegas has said he will never let the book go public, and will snatch it up at any price.
According to the New York Daily News, as of late Saturday, the current bid was at $75,200, but the minimum the current owner will accept is still $100,000. The seller on eBay is only known by the username “rodinf.vcskfkeg,” and the seller has no other items for sale at this time. Fleiss served time for money laundering and other charges connected with serving as a powerful madam.
Do you think that names from Fleiss’ Black Book will actually go public?
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