WEIGHT: 59 kg
Sex services: Gangbang / Orgy, Fisting anal, Domination (giving), Oral, Hand Relief
The ad was tucked away in the fine print of the Ft. Enclose business card. It could have been just another come-on in the sleaze-and-tease world of the personals, but it proved to be much more: a piece of evidence in a case that for two months has grown quirkier by the day, one that may involve nymphomania, impotence, extortion, blackmail, and some of Ft. The frosted blond, it turned out, was Kathy Willets, a year-old suburbanite whose ad apparently did not exaggerate her charms but understated her offer.
On July 30, Willets was arrested for running a prostitution business from the Tamarac, Fla. Of the 50 or so names purportedly on The List, one alleged name quickly became public: Doug Danziger, Ft. When allegations were publicized that his business card was in the Rolodex and the name ''Doug'' appeared repeatedly in the log, Danziger abruptly resigned, ''for personal reasons.
Danziger is hardly the only influential man whose reputation has been jeopardized by The List. Afraid that The List could ruin their lives and families, many of the men, under the alias ''John Doe,'' promptly hired attorneys to fight its release to the news media.
Rosenbaum says of the nine John Does he represents. Willets purportedly reacted the way any husband might: He got jealous. The man called the cops. Enter Ellis Rubin. Rubin is the Miami attorney whose many claims to fame include the ''TV intoxication'' case, in which he argued-unsuccessfully- that a year-old boy had murdered an elderly neighbor because he had watched too much TV. For the Willetses, Rubin fashioned an equally novel defense: Kathy was a nymphomanic, Jeff was sometimes impotent and her sexual liaisons were therapy for both of them, as well as for many of the clients.
Rubin, who had promised that during the trial he would turn the courtroom into a classroom on nymphomania and surrogate sex, struck a plea agreement with the prosecutors.