Fleiss spoke on a variety of topics to The Hollywood Reporter from her home in Pahrump, Nevada.
The former Hollywood madame was not interested in the current #MeToo movement and even questioned whether some of Harvey Weinstein‘s accusers only regretted their experiences after when their careers didn’t pan out.
In regard to women involved in 90s scandals now getting a chance to rewrite their narrative — Monica Lewinsky, Lorena Bobbitt, and Tonya Harding, for example — she simply said, “I’m not that likable. If you accept that, everything is so much easier. If you care what people think, you’re their prisoner.”
Earlier this year, Kevin Tsujihara stepped down as Warner Bros chief executive following news he promised to get an actress movie roles while having an affair with her. James Packer introduced the woman to Tsujihara and Ratner was alleged to have had a relationship with the woman prior.
Fleiss was not impressed with their sloppiness saying, “That’s what happens when they try to do my job.”
Interesting to note, James’ father, Kerry Packer, was once a top client of Heidi Fleiss’ and she claimed he would give a million dollars for five girls to split.