Former Hollywood Madam Heidi Fleiss is in trouble with the law again after she was booked on driving and drugs offences in Nevada on Tuesday (22Oct13). Fleiss, who once provided services to bad boy Charlie Sheen and dated Tom Sizemore, was pulled over by police in Pahrump, Nevada. They found marijuana and $10,000 (GBP6,700) in cash in her car.
She was booked for driving under the influence of marijuana, possession of weed with intent to sell, and driving without a licence and insurance, according to TMZ.com.
Ironically, Fleiss is due in court on Wednesday (23Oct13) to answer charges relating to an arrest in August (13), when officials say they found almost 400 pot plants at her home. She maintains she was growing the weed for a co-operative in Vegas.
Former Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss has been charged with drug possession after police found nearly 400 marijuana plants at her Nevada home. Authorities were looking for another woman when they turned up at Fleiss' property on 7 August (13) and stumbled upon the massive pot farm.
Tom Sizemore's ex-girlfriend allowed officers to search the house and she allegedly admitted to owning the plants, claiming she was growing the drug for a "cooperative in Las Vegas".
However, Fleiss had failed to obtain a licence to grow the pot for medical purposes and now she is facing multiple charges, including possession of marijuana with intent to sell, possession of drug paraphernalia and maintaining a home where drugs are sold and/or used.
Fleiss, who was "very co-operative throughout the investigation", was not arrested during the incident, reports TMZ.com.
Fleiss, who had been using the base for her dog grooming business, was served with an eviction notice by her landlord on 21 November (11) after reportedly failing to make her monthly payments.
However, Tom Sizemore's ex-girlfriend tells TMZ.com she closed the firm and moved out earlier this year (11).
The landlord has also taken issue with the state of the property. Fleiss blames the mess on a friend, who reportedly wreaked havoc on the place.
The Saving Private Ryan star rose to fame in movies including True Romance, Natural Born Killers and Heat in the 1990s.
But he soon fell into cocaine and heroin addiction and at his lowest point was accused of domestic violence by Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss.
Now Sizemore has signed a deal with Atria Books to detail his life story in a new tome, which will be published in 2013, reports Deadline.com.
In the book, the Black Hawk Down star will tell of his tough childhood in Detroit, and his rise to fame and subsequent relapse, which led to his appearance on American TV show Celebrity Rehab.
He says, "I should have been dead many times over and honestly, I didn't know that I was going to come back from the bottom I dropped to. The fact that I'm now sober over two years - and that I'm acting as much as I did before - proves that people can overcome obstacles even when they're sure they can't.
"I hope that this book can inspire other people to never give up."
"Well, this isn't that hurtful, but it's weird - that I used to be a hooker. I used to be a Heidi Fleiss girl. I heard that rumour. If anyone would know, it would be Charlie." Denise Richards reveals the worst rumour she ever heard about herself was that she was a hooker for notorious madam Heidi Fleiss, who allegedly supplied her ex-husband Charlie Sheen with prostitutes in the 1990s.
Top experts have suggested the actor is in the midst of a hypermanic episode as he tours the U.S. with his oddball one-man theatre show, and both celebrity counsellors Dr. Drew Pinsky and Blake Levine insist Sheen needs professional help to avoid a breakdown following the public bust-up with Two and a Half Men producers, which cost him his job on the show.
And Baldwin, who has battled his own substance abuse demons in the past, has now gone public with his concerns.
In an upcoming episode of E! True Hollywood Story series, dedicated to Sheen, the Mulholland Falls star says, "I think the chances of Charlie injuring himself or someone else are pretty high. There are people openly talking about (how he) will he die soon. Knowing Charlie, probably not. But does that mean that someone else isn't gonna get injured or die or something else horrible isn't gonna happen?
"When I watch what's happening with Charlie right now, I'm very, very sad. This is someone that I've known for almost 25 years. Such a public disintegration is very difficult to watch."
The Sheen E! True Hollywood Story, which airs in the U.S. later this week (06Apr11), also features comments by Bret Michaels and one-time Hollywood Madam Heidi Fleiss, who used to supply the actor with hookers.
Fleiss has signed a deal to shoot a pilot for the Animal Planet channel about her 20-strong collection of parrots and other feathery friends.
The show will focus on how Fleiss turned her back on running a prostitution business to caring for winged creatures and will show how she lets the birds fly freely around her Las Vegas home, according to TMZ.com.
However, Fleiss will have to rush to renovate her house before the cameras start rolling - the Nevada property was left with $60,000 (£40,000)-worth of damage after a fire gutted the guest house last month (Nov10).
A fire broke out in the guest house at Fleiss' residence in Pahrump, a town about 60 miles (96.56 kilometres) outside of Las Vegas, on the morning of America's Thanksgiving holiday.
She escaped injury and managed to save her 20 pet birds from the building, but lost the majority of her wardrobe in the blaze, which she claimed started in the chimney, according to TMZ.com.
A blaze was sparked at Fleiss' residence in Pahrump, a town about 60 miles (96.56 kilometres) outside of Las Vegas, on the morning of America's Thanksgiving holiday.
The fire was put out and no injuries were reported, according to TMZ.com.
A neighbour tells the website Fleiss had recently installed something in her fireplace, and the blaze is thought to have originated from the same room.
The Pink Panther star originally decided to leave his youngest daughter Victoria just $1,200 (£800) of his fortune - but changed his mind in early 1980 and tried to increase the amount to $30,000 (£20,000).
The funnyman suffered a heart attack and died on 24 July, 1980 before the changes could be made to legal documents.
Now Sellers' doomed request is to be auctioned off - along with the actor's Golden Globe trophy for 1979's Being There - at an auction in Wiltshire, England on Saturday (17Jul10).
A source tells Britain's Daily Express, "Had Victoria received the bigger sum that Peter had granted her she'd have had the kind of financial security for a better start to her adult life. Peter made a real mess of his financial affairs and Victoria and his other children suffered the consequences. It's tragic to think he came so close to changing things for the better, only for it to be too late."
Victoria, whose mum was Bond girl Britt Ekland, led a troubled life after her father's passing - she posed nude in Playboy magazine and made a sex tape with Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss. She was also jailed for drug crimes.