"With Paris it was very low key. She would fly down and I was there with them. We would party pretty hard. Paris got naked, and the girls would get naked. This was mainly in Vegas. There were times where you would have Ted or Ron come down, and they would pretty much pay for girl-on-girl action. I'd be there. And they'd pay to watch us girls going at it. And they'd bring in Augie Busch III."Some of the girls, including Hilton, came courtesy of a pimp named David Reich:
"He was fat," says Louis Ziskin [a drug smuggler] from prison. "A lot of big guys can carry his kind of weight, but he is sloppy fat. Feminine fat; saggy fat. He has dark, thinning red hair, but it was blow-dried, and he had more M-A-C cosmetics for personal use than most chicks that I knew. He did have access though, and he was a player in his day. He moved chicks to Ted Field, Ron Burkle and August Busch. These dudes fuck these chicks and then they get him to get rid of them. Then he babies them, washes their faces and puts makeup on them. He catches them when they are vulnerable."Reich sees Kristen out in the brand new Mercedes I bought her. He goes up to Kristen [Williams, a model/actress, or "mactress"] and says, 'Hey, Ted Field wants to date you again.' Let me put it this way: I almost had to deal with that cross-dresser. He's not even a good pimp. He's an errand boy for Burkle and Fields and those guys. The only reason why they don't kick him to the curb is because he has the dirt on them."
Why did this hard-hitting reporting not make it into the book? Unreal would like to venture a guess: Burkle, Field and Busch have way more dough to invest in legal fees than Ebner ever will, especially since his book currently ranks at 19,590 on Amazon's sales rankings.
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