Chippendales: The Naked Truth

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Pacifica Press, 1998 - Entertainers - 291 pages
A behind the scenes expose of action both on stage and off. This is the true account of Troy Kline, a handsome, tall, 28-year-old experiencing life in an all-male Chippendales strip review touring the Scandinavian countries. Take a cataclysmic ride across theatre stages and into rave clubs and hotel rooms where Chippendales erotic dancers not only strip their lives bare, but participate in drug excesses and sexual orgies with willing subjects. Experience after-hours antics of women enticed by muscular fantasy men, and advances taken for granted by Chips on the prowl for sexual pleasure. Troy, having struggled through a strict religious upbringing, marriage and divorce, is discovered at the age of 27 in a Kirkland, Washington bar as a gifted singer worthy of becoming a Chippendales show lead. Half-way through the Scandinavian tour his breaking all the rules attitude to drugs, alcohol and sexual abuses results in Troy's contract being terminated. This devastating action sinks him into a mire of clinical depression which threatens to destroy him.

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Bice is an author, composer, playwright, and novelist.

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