Death Row Madam: Exposing Sex and Drugs in the Entertainment Industry

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Taking Care of Business Network, Incorporated, 2001 - 364 pages
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Former madam-turned author Cheri Woods will reveal the shocking stories of the sex lives of the rich and famous, which includes: studio heads, producers, directors, celebrities, rock stars, sports figures, mobsters and a cast of others, in her book which goes behind the scenes of Hollywood's dazzling movie studios to the top recording studios, where prostitution and cocaine were the real deal makers. Cheri will also share intimate details of her marriage to international pop star Stevie Woods whose record "Steal the Night" hit the charts i the 80's along with his co-produced European hit record "Rock Me Baby." Stevie later skated to fame as the star of the musical play "Starlight Express." Throughout this book, I chronicle my life in the fast lane amongst the glitz and glamour of Hollywood's most sought after stars. I open up the casting couch, a vehicle that exists for studio heads - for whom nothing is more tempting than a young naive, beautiful girl lacking in self esteem, yet bursting with dreams and willing to do anything to fulfill them, and how I was able to turn the casting couch into a multimillion dollar business. I will finally break the madam's code of silence, as you discover the shocking, kinky stories of the sex lives of the rich and famous, which includes studio heads, producers, directors, celebrities, rock stars, sports figures, mobsters, and a cast of others, where I have left nothing to the imagination and spared no one. Writing this book was a form of therapy for me, as it gave me the chance to finally tell my story, and gain the justice that I never received as a victim of the legal system. Written to entertain you, it is filled with the comedy, tragedy, and scandal of my life, having gone from a ghetto welfare recipient, to one of Hollywood's most notorious madams.

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