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call-girl

n. a woman who is on call as a prostitute. (Possibly refers to a prostitute who can be contacted by a telephone call.) The cops dragged in a whole flock of call-girls after the convention.
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It claimed four unnamed Israeli players invited call-girls to their Tel Aviv hotel rooms before and after a first leg 5-0 defeat.
Arrested last June, the flashy-dressing Gibson had once been a rival of former Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss in providing high-priced call-girls to celebrities and other well-heeled clients.
Spitzer quit in March 2008 after he was unmasked in Manhattan federal court as "Client 9" in a prostitution bust involving a major call-girl ring.
Marcus is expected to announce this week whether he will strike some of Kertenian's testimony, hampering the prosecution effort to prove Gibson ran a call-girl empire catering to clients from Los Angeles to Europe.
Gibson's attorney chipped away at Officer Cynthia Neff's testimony that Gibson had recruited her to join a call-girl empire that catered to the rich and famous around the world.
He planned to go to the police with the tape if the call-girl refused to hand back a pounds 8,000 diamond ring she stole from him.
The Hollywood Madam, jailed two years ago from charges stemming from her call-girl service, was released Nov.
A lawyer for Robert De Niro filed a complaint Tuesday against a French judge who questioned the actor as part of an investigation into a high-class call-girl ring.
Fleiss, 31, was accused of generating more than $600,000 by running a call-girl ring in which the rich, famous and powerful paid $1,500 to $7,500 for an evening with one of her prostitutes.
An actress in X-rated pictures who claims to have worked in Fleiss' call-girl ring is seen getting paid to talk on camera, as are a porno director, a jailed cop and Madam Alex - the legendary Tinseltown panderer.