IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.

Fleiss’ bordello to be subject of HBO doc

Hollywood madam has plans for a bordello staffed by male prostitutes
/ Source: The Associated Press

Heidi Fleiss’ planned Nevada brothel of male prostitutes for women customers will be the subject of a new HBO documentary.

The opening of “Heidi’s Stud Farm” — which touts itself as Nevada’s first bordello of men — will be chronicled in the documentary, to begin filming in December, HBO announced this week.

“With women being so independent today, I think the time has come for this kind of enterprise,” Fleiss said in a statement.

An air date hasn’t been set.

Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr. on the "Let's Be Cops," red carpet, Selena Gomez is immortalized in wax and more.

The documentary will include breaking ground on the 60-acre property Fleiss owns near Pahrump, Nev., to hiring the men, to the challenges of a startup business.

Fleiss, 39, was released from a California prison in 1999 after serving 21 months for money laundering, tax evasion and attempted pandering.

Known as the “Hollywood Madam,” Fleiss was convicted in 1995 of running a prostitution ring in which models-turned-prostitutes were flown around the world to meet wealthy actors and clients who paid as much as $10,000 for a single meeting.

Nye County, where the ranch is located, is among 10 rural Nevada counties in which prostitution is legal under county and state oversight.