RadarOnline has published the names of celebrity clients in Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss‘ infamous “little black book.” The red Gucci day planner is said to contain the names of world-famous actors, musicians, sports figures, movie producers, directors, agency execs and politicians. Hollywood has been whispering about who is listed in the tome since her arrest in 1993.
Until now, the only name publicly identified was Charlie Sheen, who has acknowledged he was a longtime customer.
According to Radar, the who’s who of Hollywood listed include
Johnny Depp; “Star Wars” creator George Lucas; Hugh Hefner; rocker Billy Idol; billionaire Steve Bing; O.J. Simpson defense attorney Robert Shapiro; movie producer Robert Evans; “Beverly Hills Cop” producer Don Simpson; and late businessman and international financier Bernard “Bernie” Cornfeld.
There are also numerous entries that could correspond to the rich and famous, including a mention of “Mario (Formula One),” which could indicate race car driver Mario Andretti and “Sultan Ben Abdul” — a likely mention of former Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Sultan bin Abdelaziz.
Radar’s story comes with the caveat
There is NO SUGGESTION any of these men procured call-girls from Fleiss — however their names appear in her private journal that is floating around the shadowy underbelly of Hollywood, and has seen by multiple Radar investigators.
“It is beyond shocking!” said a source who has seen the book’s pages containing scribbled names, phone numbers and johns’ sexual fetishes.
“When the full list of these names get around, it’s going to cause a sensation — as well as the beginning of the end for many a celebrity’s career!”
Hmmmm. I don’t know how shocking – or career-ending – it is to discover that Charlie Sheen, Johnny Depp, Billy Idol, and Robert Evans procured call girls 25 years ago.
It should be noted that Fleiss has long refused to detail her clients and did not provide the cavalcade of celebrities Radar.
Below: Heidi Fleiss exiting the Today show in 2011. (Photo: Pacific Coast News)