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'Real Housewife' Joanna Krupa denies she was a high-priced call girl
Published October 03, 2012 TMZ

The lovely and talented Joanna Krupa
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New "Real Housewives of Miami" star Joanna Krupa insists she's not a high-priced prostitute willing to sleep with a stranger for $10,000, despite reports to the contrary, and now she's threatening to sue one website over the accusations, TMZ reports.

Krupa's attorney Marty Singer has fired off a letter to Nik Richie at, claiming one of Richie's recent posts -- entitled "Joanna Krupa Is a Confirmed Hooker" -- is filled with defamatory lies.

The article in question quotes a man who claims to have had sex with Krupa for $10,000 through an escort agency, adding, "'The Real Housewives of Miami' should have done a better background check."

Now, Krupa is threatening to file a lawsuit against Richie if he doesn't pull the article, calling it "an extremely serious matter."

Richie is adamantly refusing to pull anything, TMZ reports.

Joanna Krupa de 'Verdaderas Amas de casa'  niega que era una prostituta costosa
La adorable y talentosa Joanna Krupa
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La nueva estrella de "Verdaderas amas de casa" Joanna Krupa insiste que ella no era una prostituta que estaría dispuesta a dormir con un extraño por $10,000, a pesar de los reportes que dicen lo contrario, y ahora esta amenazando con demandar un sitio web por esas acusaciones, dice TMZ.

El abogado de Krupa Marty Singer mando una carta a Nik Richie en, diciendo que uno de los anuncios de Richie -- titulado "Joanna Krupa es una prostituta confirmada" -- esta llena de mentiras degradantes.

El articulo en cuestión cita a un hombre que dice que tuvo sexo con Krupa por $10,000 a través de una agencia de prostitutas, agregando, "Las verdaderas amas de casa de Miami" deberían haber revisado el pasado de la artista.

Ahora, Krupa esta amenazando con una demanda en contra de Richie si no saca su articulo, llamando "un caso extremadamente serio."

Richie se niega afanosamente a retirar la noticia. Dice TMZ.

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Dice: Show de fotos relacionadas. Celebridades en la portada de Playboy.


FoxNews vio que esta buena, obvio.
FoxNews se la lanza a PlayBoy para que muestre su vagina allí.
Todo sobre un chisme para destruir su reputación y una advertencia si no obedece.

Eso es acoso sexual mediático.

De hecho eso es un abuso sexual contra la artista, una extorsion para intentar desnudarla por ende eso es prácticamente una VIOLACION SEXUAL MEDIATICA.

Esa no fue la única noticia que trato de ensuciarla o involucrarla:
Call Girl Culture: High-priced prostitution one of Hollywood’s dirty little secrets

By Diana FalzonePublished October 11,

NEW YORK – Last week, posted a story claiming supermodel and current star of “The Real Housewives of Miami,” Joanna Krupa, had been a high-priced escort who could make $10,000 a night. Krupa and her team immediately and vehemently denied the allegations, and threatened legal action. The story was removed from the site the next day.

Former Manhattan Madam Kristin Davis ran one the most successful high-priced escort services in New York, toting a client list with over 10,000 names until she was busted in 2008. She told FOX411 she did not recognize Krupa as one of the girls that worked for her over the years. But she did recognize her for another reason: Krupa was one of the models whose photos Davis cut and pasted from and others sites to lure customers.

“I used to steal her (Krupa’s) photos. I took her pictures off of Maxim,” Davis said. “Your turnover is really high, so you don’t invest in photos. I would match her up with a girl that looks like her.”
Davis, who served four months in prison and two-and-a-half years probation for promoting prostitution, also said high-priced hookers could bring in much more than the $10,000 rate reported by

“I would charge $3,000 an hour, four hours minimum usually, for a top model, with three calls a night. You do the math. It adds up,” Davis said. “The clients were head of industry, athletes, sport stars. You actually want to spend time with them. Girls actually enjoyed it. The mentality of the guy is very appreciative of the girl. The woman you see on the billboard in SoHo just walked through the door.”

It’s that kind of money that makes prostitution a lure for beautiful aspiring models and actresses waiting to get their big break in New York or Los Angeles. And Davis said that even for some already established models and actresses, the money can be too good to give up even once they are getting steady, high-paying legitimate jobs.

“A lot of my girls were top models … Victoria’s Secret, Ford Models,” Davis said. “Say Girl #1 got a L’Oreal commercial, after agencies and taxes, [her] $30,000 [fee] then turns into $20,000. These girls are not normal girls who shop at BeBe. Their lifestyle is outside of their means. That money lasts a month and a half. Some girls have cocaine habits, party a lot, and you’d be surprised, for some [$20,000 lasts] maybe a week.”

Davis said that former call girls have starred in Michael Kors and Gucci campaigns, to name a few high-profile gigs.

Tracy Quan, a former escort and author of “Diary of a Manhattan Call Girl,” now a Daily Beast writer, told FOX411: “I had friends [who were] actors, models, singers, aspiring directors and photographers; that whole world of entertainment, there is compatibility. They’re drawn to the escort world. There’s a sense of drama.”

Although Quan wrote a tell-all about her experiences, most escorts will never reveal their past involvement in prostitution. Davis said she has not and will never reveal names. “I used fake pictures to protect the girls on my website and never used real names. The moment they walked in the office we created a new name and that was how she was known from then on.”
President of Stars Model Management, Timmy Secor, said the ugly side of the beauty business leads some women into escort work.

“It’s the most brutal industry in the world. You’re not selling a car, a product; you’re selling yourself. No other business in the world is like this. It’s impossible to make real money. There are so many beautiful girls and so little jobs; so few people ever make a living at it.”

He added that impressionable model-hopefuls may be lured into the sex industry when their career stagnates. “It definitely happens. There are girls who go to the darker side of modeling; escort services. It happens. We don’t have anything like that here.”

Así pudieran seguir incluyéndola en temas sucios para seguir presionándola hasta que se desnude o solo para ver hasta que punto se resiste. Mucho escándalo de ese tipo pudiera causar que la despidan y obligarla así, sin empleo a desnudarse.

Eso desde todo punto de vista es acoso sexual con extorsión mediática.

Ese tipo de medios mafiosos y hasta acosadores sexuales deberían tener un BOICOT por parte de las Academias de Arte y rechazar todo material producido por la Academia para ese tipo de medios así como las artistas deberían rechazar el salir publicadas en ese tipo de medios peligrosos y mafiosos.

Vean, por esa y otras razones es que NO QUIEREN QUE SE LES ANALICE.