Ex-Hollywood Madam Names Celeb Clients

This is a partial transcript of "The Big Story With John Gibson," February 28, 2007, that has been edited for clarity.

JOHN GIBSON, HOST: The big exclusive, she was busted eight years ago for running a worldwide call girl operation for the rich and famous. We know Jody "Babydol" Gibson's posh prostitution ring was employed by porn stars and Playboy models. We didn't know exactly who else was on her celebrity client list, until now. Her new autobiography "Secrets of a Hollywood Super Madam" hits the bookstores tomorrow. We have an exclusive preview with the author herself. Jodi "Baby Doll" Gibson is with me now to name some names.

So, first of all, let me put a couple of quotes up. Apparently you named Bruce Willis, you name Tommy LaSorda. So here is what Bruce Willis had to say, "The story is a complete fabrication. Willis doesn't know this woman, he's never spoken to her." And from Tommy LaSorda, "I have never heard of this woman and don't know why she would accuse me of something like this." So, Jody, what do you say to that?

JODY "BABYDOL" GIBSON: The court data speaks volumes which is precisely why I included it after each chapter to avoid this kind of conjecture.

GIBSON: So you have in the book, court documents that make it plain that Willis and Tommie LaSorda were clients?

JODY GIBSON: Yes, exactly. Each chapter is followed by the court data that was included in my trial and used to convict me and send me to prison, which also includes the official seal court of authenticity from the superior criminal court in Los Angeles.

GIBSON: So what was the deal? How did this operation work? How did Tommy LaSorda and Bruce Willis find you?

JODY GIBSON: Interestingly enough, you know different people came to me in different ways. And out of the 20 people that I name and the 20 stories that I tell, the book is an autobio, 11 chapters are of my life including my experiences with these celebrities. Generally, I only dealt by referral, so people had to come to me through referral. They were given a phone number, they were to leave a message and then they had to meet certain criteria. They had to be screened, at which time I would decide whether or not to return the call.

GIBSON: Now Jody you know since Heidi Fleiss, you know had the same sort of run in, maybe things have changed out there in the world. The Madam's black book exposed. Are the stars running for cover or is this warranting a big shrug out there?

JODY GIBSON: Well I'm not sure I understand what you're asking, but I will tell you this.

GIBSON: Is it still a big deal to kind of get named like you're naming names?

JODY GIBSON: Oh, I don't know. I mean, you know it's so subjective. I will tell you this though, the madam has become obsolete because what's happened is that the girls have figured out how to use computers. Girls and computers become a lethal combination. And now what's happened is it’s rampant and sex is saturated on the internet and girls are exploiting themselves.

GIBSON: All right, Jody "Babydol" Gibson, no relation that I know of. But Jody, thanks very much, appreciate you coming on.

JODY GIBSON: Thank you.

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