Friday, September 28, 2007

Hollywood Madam Takes A Shot At Controversial Phil Spector Case

BEVERLY HILLS (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – With the Phil Spector murder trial finished, one Hollywood madam is finally getting her chance to address the court.

This past Wednesday (Sept. 26), the murder case against legendary music producer Phil Spector came to a controversial close when a mistrial was declared, but according to former Hollywood madam Jody “Babydol” Gibson, there was a sexually scandalous side to the fallen former actress Lana Clarkson that the jury never heard.

Gibson, who employed Clarkson as a call-girl off and on from 1992 to 1998, says she had an affinity for guns and was experienced with them, and even serviced a kinky client who was into “kinky gun sex play.”

But while Gibson – who was subpoenaed by the defense but never testified – recognizes Clarkson as “emotionally fragile,” and Spector as “verbally abusive,” she isn’t slamming down the gavel on anyone.

She says, “She had sex with him and then expected something. It’s possible he could’ve berated her and driven her to some manic moment. How the gun went from being in her hand to in her mouth is a complete mystery. There are lot of grey areas we may never know.”

For more dirt, check out Gibson’s tell-all tale, Secrets of a Hollywood Super Madam, available at

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