Her cadre of high-class hookers once commanded $1,500-a-night from high-rolling celebrity clients
At the height of her infamy Fleiss was known as the Hollywood Madam. She was busted at her home in June 1993 by the LAPD
Her father, Dr. Paul Fleiss, a prominent L.A. pediatrician, oversaw the birth of Madonna's firstborn child.
Although apparently not a Catholic, she attended a Catholic high school, for which she later tried to raise money by auctioning off a night out with her and then boyfriend Tom Sizemore. The school forced her to cancel due to publicity.
Served time from January 1997 - 21 November 1998 in Dublin, California, USA, on charges of tax evasion and money laundering.
Second cousin of Mike Fleiss
Launched a line of clothing called Heidi Wear. Her Los Angeles boutique, The Little Shop of Sex, is scheduled to open in 2005, and she has plans to open a legal brothel in Nevada.
Author of several titillating books including "Pandering" and "The Player's Handbook," and a DVD titled "Sex Tips" with Victoria Sellers.
Dropped out of high school in the 10th grade.
When she was 22 years old, she met Madame
Alex, a well-known Los Angeles brothel owner. Fleiss soon took over Madame Alex's business.
Fleiss brought her young friends to work for her, and the business grew from $50,000 a month to grossing $300,000 per month.
Played matchmaker to the richest men in the world, carefully pairing them with women tailored to their fantasies, making all the financial and travel arrangements, and keeping 40 percent of the fee for herself.
Attended the same high school as Bo Barrett, Leonardo DiCaprio, Anne-Marie Johnson, and Julie Newmar.
Prohibited from entering Canada due to her indictable offence, according to Canadian criminal law.