He also owned an amusement park in Coney Island for his 4 young daughters to enjoy. Jason spent many of his evenings at the New York Friars Cluband summers in the Catskills, where he worked as a cabana boy at the Concord Hotel. He was also a member of the fraternity, Zeta Beta Tau.
A former federal prosecutor who became one of New Jersey's brashest and best-known criminal defense lawyers pleaded guilty today to helping run an exclusive Manhattan call-girl ring. Bergrin, a former Army major with a thin mustache, wore a dark grey pinstriped suit and red tie today as he stood before Judge Thomas Farber in lower Manhattan. Afterward, he expressed relief at pleading guilty to a misdemeanor.
At a cocktail party, she met Jason Itzler, the self-proclaimed "'king of all pimps'' and owner of the now-defunct New York Confidential escort agency. When Itzler suggested McLennan, then 28, work for him, she decided "dating" guys beat waiting tables while she continued looking for acting gigs. When it came to catering to the needs of her well-heeled customers, "I was always on call.
Skip to contentor skip to search. Still, the business charged on. It takes a singular pimp to think it is a good idea to stage a reality-TV show at his place of business, but Jason Itzler is that kind of guy.
Such are the obstacles to true love when one is incarcerated at Rikers Island, where Jason Itzler, 38 and still boyishly handsome in his gray Department of Corrections jumpsuit, has resided since the cops shut down his megaposh NY Confidential agency in January. There was also the matter of the ring. But now Jason was charged with various counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, money laundering, and promoting prostitution.
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Before there was Anna or Ashley, the pinup crime figures of the moment, there was Natalie — or Natalia, as she was known in the trade. Five years after her 15 minutes of fame, Natalie McLennan was sentenced to time served on Tuesday after pleading guilty to a charge of attempted money laundering in connection with her involvement in an upscale prostitution ring. The proceeding in State Supreme Court in Manhattan was quick — about five minutes for her to change her plea she had originally pleaded guilty to more serious money laundering charges and receive her sentence of time served about 20 days in jail before she made bail.
What is the life of a high-priced call girl really like? What sort of man is a typical client? How much does she make?