Heidi Fleiss Charged with Pot Possession with Intent to Sell

Authorities say former Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss has been charged in Nevada with possession of marijuana with the intent to sell.

The Nye County Sheriff’s Department said Tuesday that officers found nearly 400 marijuana plants growing in and around her home in Pahrump.

Fleiss was not arrested. No telephone listing could be found for her.

Heidi Fleiss Arrested on Drug Charges

Former Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss was arrested in Nevada on Thursday for investigation of driving under the influence and possessing drugs without a prescription.

Fleiss, 42, was released on $1,300 bail following her morning arrest near her home in Pahrump, police say.

Nye County, Nev., deputies responded to a DUI call and contacted the onetime madam – who now runs a laundry – at 9:23 a.m.

Heidi Fleiss Opens Her Own 'Dirty Laundry'

Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss never aired her clients’ dirty laundry. But now for 65 cents a pound she’ll wash it – and fluff it and fold it.

Fleiss on Monday opened a 24-hour, coin-operated laundromat called Dirty Laundry, with 13 washers and 14 dryers, in a shopping center in Pahrump, Nev., where she also hopes to open a legal brothel for women.

Fleiss threw herself into the laundry business to help distract herself from the loss of her beloved pet macaw, named Dalton, who died recently.

Fleiss to Host Vegas Sex Resort for Women

Heidi Fleiss is getting back into the business.

The former “Hollywood Madam,” 39, says she’s planning to turn a Southern Nevada brothel called the Cherry Patch Ranch into a resort featuring male prostitutes serving an all-female clientele, the Associated Press reports.

“I am moving to Crystal,” Fleiss, speaking from her Hollywood home, said of a desert crossroads 20 miles north of Pahrump and about 80 miles outside of Las Vegas – where the only businesses are two bordellos and little else. (Prostitution is legal in certain areas of the gambling state.)

Special Las Vegas Edition

Do you play poker like a rock star? How about playing with some rock stars? Tommy Lee, Dave Navarro and Goo Goo Dolls’ John Rzeznik will compete with two fans for $10,000 at the Vegas Rock Star Poker Tournament at the Palms Hotel and Casino on Aug. 27.

Real-Life Madam Slams Jamie-Lynn Movie

Former “Hollywood Madam” Heidi Fleiss says actress Jamie-Lynn DiScala is “prettier than I am” – but that’s about the only nice thing she has to say about the USA Network TV movie, “Call Me: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss,” starring the “Sopranos” actress.

“I don’t know who it’s supposed to be about, but it’s not about me,” Fleiss told MSNBC after reading the script for the film, which airs Monday. “Everything was inaccurate. They’re just using my name for a movie.”

NEWS BRIEFS: Judge Warns Sizemore

WARNED: A judge warned actor Tom Sizemore (“Black Hawk Down”) to stay away from his former girlfriend, Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss, the Associated Press reports. During a hearing on Thursday, the judge ordered Sizemore not to contact “Miss Fleiss in any way.” Sizemore was sentenced to six months in jail in October for harassing, annoying and abusing Fleiss during the couple’s two-year relationship. But the sentence was postponed in order to allow Sizemore time to complete a live-in drug rehab program.

Kidman May Fly from Fleiss to Fashion

Nicole Kidman could end up playing notorious Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss in a big-screen version of Fleiss’s tale, the reformed procuress tells Variety.

Fleiss, 37, who was jailed in 1997 after supplying call girls to some of Tinseltown’s biggest players, has sold her story to Paramount for a movie to be called “Pay the Girl,” says the trade paper.

Heidi Tries to Hide

Ex-Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss has returned to jail rather than remain in a halfway house because men in the latter venue kept propositioning her, reports the New York Post. She also told authorities that she does not care to work at the Foot Locker store, where they had arranged a day-job for her, says the paper. Before returning to LA’s Metropolitan Detention Center, Heidi was given a new hairdo at a Beverly Hills salon.

The Heidi Fleiss Legacy

A woman described as a former associate of “Hollywood Madam” Heidi Fleiss was arrested Thursday and charged with operating one of the busiest call girl rings in the city, with a client list police say includes “actors, producers, a few CEOs, some (executives with) Fortune 500 companies and at least one professional athlete.” Police arrested Jody “Babydoll” Gibson, 41, also known as “Sasha,” at a posh Los Angeles hotel after a 10-month investigation. She was charged with pimping and pandering.

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