Call Girl Confidential: An Escort's Secret Life as an by Rebecca Kade

By Rebecca Kade

You’ve most likely heard of Anna Gristina, the notori­ous “Soccer mother Madam,” who allegedly operated a multimillion-dollar escort carrier with consumers from the Forbes billionaires checklist to Capitol Hill. yet you haven’t heard of the lady who helped convey the football mother Madam down—until now. name lady exclusive is Rebecca Kade’s compelling, intimate account of her profession as an escort...and her paintings as an secret agent for the big apple District Attorney’s Office.

Strictly raised as a Southern Baptist, Rebecca Kade by no means dreamed she may compromise her values through sometime turning into a expensive escort. but if her rock famous person former lover took her to courtroom in a drawn-out custody conflict for his or her daughter, Rebecca’s reputable day activity slightly lined her exorbitant criminal charges. She had to earn money and many it—fast.

Rebecca first turned an escort for Kristin Davis, aka “The new york Madam,” and her vintage good looks made her an immediate favourite with the host of rich, robust males who have been prepared to pay hundreds of thousands to sleep together with her. while she went to paintings for Anna Gristina, the stakes have been even larger and the consumers extra well-known. From Wall highway bankers and CEOs to recognized U.S. politicians and heart jap princes in addition to Grammy winners, Rebecca met the world’s such a lot influential movers and shakers. Then her inner most fears got here precise. Kristin Davis was once arrested, and Anna Gristina additionally landed on authori­ties’ radar after going undetected for fifteen years.

Rebecca had offerings: refuse to cooperate and visit jail—risking by no means seeing her daughter again—or com­ply totally, whether it intended giving up Gristina, who depended on Rebecca implicitly. She agreed to head undercover for the DA’s workplace. And the extra incriminat­ing facts she gathered, the extra she put herself in danger.

Candid and engaging, this revealing memoir provides readers a glimpse into the little-known lifetime of a pricey escort grew to become personal informant

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Brutal, with a spiky hogsback crown and a razor parting. So short her mother didn’t recognize her. Crombie topcoat, pink gingham Ben Sherman shirt, eight-hole Dr Martens, scary hair. That was the new-look Carol. Emboldened by their Southsea adventure, Carol and Doreen started travelling by thumb to discos in Gloucester and all around the area. Carol loved dancing. Discos were her thing, and she was prepared to travel miles to go to one. Quite soon after they came home, Doreen’s older sister, Kathy, asked them if they wanted to go with her to meet her new boyfriend Taffy.

And now she found herself praying that he would survive. Literally that: closing her eyes and sending up a prayer. That was June 1972. Carol continued writing to the disco dreamboat, Steve ‘Jimmy Riddle’ Riddall, on his coastal-patrol vessel, and she’d get the occasional letter from him dropping through her door in Cinderford. A letter from Steve would always bring a lift to her day. * Just before her sixteenth birthday in October 1971, Carol had cut all her hair off. She had always been known for her hair, which was dark and lustrous and which she had always worn long.

And it is probable that Betty Mills wasn’t as unalive to the sense of perilousness and drift in her life as she liked to appear. But stop-gapping and tiding-over, a total absence of stability or direction – this was the only way of living she had known. It was the kind of scraping by she had grown up to expect. It was what life had handed her. Hanging on to her children was her only object and aim. When times were bad she would swear to them that she would never put them away or leave them. Really swear it.

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