Michael Fattorosi & PWL

July 19, 2011 at 12:24 pm (adult, Uncategorized)


This above is the link found to be sent by Michael from his girlfriend Vanessa Blue’s email account.

Michael Fattorosi is an attorney I came to know both personally and professionally near the end of my performing career. I was known to have a show on KSEX. But before I had my show there I was signed to Primetime Uncensored, another Internet radio station. I even signed for them at the first Exxxotica Miami convention along with Monica Mayham. Aside from running the studio he was known as one of the top attorneys in 2257 law, as well as adult industry law in general. He was worldly and obviously well-educated. I enjoyed the conversations I had with him.

I was shocked and disappointed upon reading this thread of emails. I wish he would have used better judgement when picking DL as a client. (I don’t use DL’s name or the name of the PWL site on here. They don’t deserve the free advertisement) First off, I doubt that DL has any real money for attorney fees. Secondly, why would you take any case/client that would sabotage pretty much the chance of anyone wanting to use you for legal services in the future. I was friends with many well-known attorneys back east. If they didn’t want to take a particular case they would just set the retainer fees so high that the perspective client would just look for somebody else to represent them. Michael was articulate and obviously well-educated. You would figure he’d pick better friends than DL if that was the reason he took him as a client. Hell, some of the people who were getting there lives ruined by DL would have made better friends and/or clients for Fattorosi.

Two people who were very close to me had their phone numbers, family’s pictures, addresses and other information posted on PWL. My one friend lost the relationship she was in over it. My other friend is very sensitive and I could only imagine what it was like for him. I remember seeing pictures of Michael Vegas father at one of his work events. He was a dean of a university, and it was obviously something that could have hurt him really badly. I don’t know Michael Vegas but in that moment I felt really bad for him. It could have easily been pics of my dad on that site.

And since they were brought up in that thread of emails, I think Mr. & Mrs Teagan should speak up fast! Why should they be excluded from all this but it’s okay for the rest of us? The cast system was my least favorite part of the business.


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Casey Anthony was released 12am this morning

July 17, 2011 at 4:57 am (Uncategorized)

From Associated Press:

(AP) – Casey Anthony is a free woman. She was released from the Orange County jail shortly after midnight as protesters and throngs of media camped outside. Anthony got into an SUV in the company of her attorney Jose Baez, and neither said anything to reporters. Her lawyers have kept the 25-year-old’s destination and future plans a secret. Anthony was given $537.68 in cash from her jail account and escorted outside by sheriff’s deputies.

One of her attorneys, Cheney Mason, said yesterday that Anthony was scared to leave jail, given numerous threats on her life and the scorn of a large segment of the public that believes she had something to do with the death of daughter Caylee, despite her acquittal 12 days ago. Another defense attorney, Charles Greene, said that Anthony was “emotionally unstable” and needed “a little breathing room” after the two-month trial. She is expected to try to disguise her appearance to some degree.

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Tips for 405 closure

July 15, 2011 at 7:28 pm (Los Angeles, Travel, Uncategorized)

405 Closure Facts

Start: Friday, July 15, 7:00 p.m.
End: Monday, July 18, 5:00 a.m

Northbound 405: Closed between I-10 and U.S. 101
Southbound 405: Closed between U.S. 101 and Getty Center Drive Ramp
Things to Know About Alternate Routes During this Closure

Sepulveda Boulevard: Intended as alternate route for local resident access only. Motorists are encouraged to use alternate freeways to completely bypass the Sepulveda Pass.
Wilshire Blvd. at Sepulveda: Reduced by one center lane in each direction (center lanes have temporarily become left turn lanes).
Mulholland Drive: Closed at endpoints of Mulholland Bridge.
Pacific Coast Highway: An ongoing construction project from Temescal Canyon Road to Entrada Drive will result in a reduced number of southbound lanes on PCH through August, further contributing to gridlock. (UPDATE: These lanes will be opened for July 16 and 17 ONLY)
Church Lane (south): Closed between Sunset Boulevard and Kiel Street throughout the summer.
Roscomare Road, Beverly Glen Boulevard, Benedict Canyon Drive, and Coldwater Canyon Drive: While no closures are planned on these roads, expect extremely heavy traffic during the 405 closure weekend.
Planned Closures of Businesses/Attractions

The Getty Center: Closed Saturday and Sunday, July 16 and 17
The Skirball Cultural Center: Closed Saturday and Sunday, July 16 and 17
Some banks, restaurants, and other businesses in the area may be closed; call ahead before attempting to brave traffic.
How to Cope

Best idea: Avoid travel altogether and stay home. We have a few ideas for things to keep you busy here.
Encourage out-of-town guests to visit another weekend.
Walk or bike: You can use Google Maps to help you find the estimated travel time if you walk or bike. You might be surprised by just how quickly you can get around without a car.
Take the Metro: The Metro Red, Purple, Orange Lines, and some bus lines (below) will be free to all passengers during the closure weekend. While other Metro services will collect normal fares, there will be extra buses running, particularly on east-west streets.
2 Downtown LA-Pacific Palisades via Sunset Bl
4 Downtown LA-West Hollywood-Santa Monica via Santa Monica Bl
20 Downtown LA-Santa Monica via Wilshire Bl
33 Downtown LA-Santa Monica via Venice Bl
150 Canoga Park-Universal Ciy Station via Ventura Bl
152 Woodland Hills-North Hollywood Station via Fallbrook Av
155 Sherman Oaks-Burbank Station via Riverside Dr, Olive Av
156 Van Nuys-Hollywood-Panorama City-Chatsworth Station-Sherman Oaks via Devonshire St
158 Woodman Av
161 Thousand Oaks Transit Center-Warner Center
183 Sherman Oaks-Glendale Station via San Fernando Road
224 Lankershim Bl
230 Sylmar Station – Studio City via Laurel Canyon Bl
233 Lake View Terrace-Sherman Oaks via Van Nuys Bl
234 Mission College-Sherman Oaks via Sepulveda Bl, Brand Bls
236 Sylmar Station-Encino via Glenoaks Bl, Balboa Bl
240 Northridge via Reseda Bl
242 Porter Ranch-Woodland Hills via Tampa Av
243 Porter Ranch – Woodland Hills via Winnetka Av
244 Chatsworth Station-Woodland Hills via De Soto Av
245 Topanga Canyon Bl
656 Van Nuys/Hollywood Owl
704 Metro Rapid Santa Monica
720 Metro Rapid Wilshire
733 Metro Rapid Venice
761 Metro Rapid Van Nuys-Westwood (Note: buses will be using Sepulveda Bl between Ventura Bl and Getty Center Dr. Expect extended travel times between Sherman Oaks and Westwood).
Metro Orange Line
Metro Red/Purple Line
If you must travel by car: Check services like Google Maps and Waze for local traffic updates BEFORE leaving home. These can help you find the best alternate route. However, you should still expect severe delays wherever you go.
If you’re traveling by car, be sure to fill up your gas tank several days before July 15. The last thing you want is to run out of gas in stop-and-go traffic. Keeping a few bottles of water and snacks in the car is also a good idea.
If you’re flying into or out of a Los Angeles Area airport: Expect to add significant additional travel time between the airport and your next destination.

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LA area wife cuts off husbands penis

July 13, 2011 at 11:10 pm (Health, Los Angeles, Uncategorized)

From NY Daily News:

A woman in California cut off her estranged husband’s penis and dropped it in the garbage disposal, police said Tuesday.
She later told authorities her spouse “deserved it,” according to KTLA News.
Police in Garden Grove, a city about 25 miles south of Los Angeles, responded to the home of Catherine Becker Monday night after she called 911.
They found her 51-year-old husband, whose name was not released, bleeding from his crotch. He was rushed to the hospital and is listed in serious condition.
Becker told police she tied her husband to their bed after poisoning his food to make him sleepy, Lt. Jeff Nightengale told KTLA.
The 48-year-old waited for the man to wake up before grabbing hold of his penis and cutting it off, police said.
She then placed it into the garbage disposal and turned it on.
Becker has been charged with aggravated mayhem, false imprisonment, assault with a deadly weapon, administering a drug with intent to commit a felony, poisoning and spousal abuse.

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What’s up with weed?

July 13, 2011 at 10:54 am (Health, personal, Uncategorized)

Yesterday I found out that a former coworker of mine, who was on probation for a domestic incident, was driving a girl home from work when he got pulled over. Upon the police discovery that he was on probation, his car was searched. The girl of whom he was driving home was carrying marijuana. Because it was in his car they were both taken to jail and the violation of probation caused him to earn 6 months in the LA towers.

Granted I’m not on probation and probably never will be.  and I don’t know the details of what got him on probation in the first place.  Still the people who regularly smoke marijuana many times can’t seem to respect the fact that people don’t want extra attention from law enforcement.

I have had fights with people who smoke weed over the years because they like to grandstand about how harmless it is.Yes, I get it. You can’t die from smoking weed. It does not cause people to get violent and kill people. But why do you guys feel the need to carry it around and smoke it anytime, anywhere? I can’t tell you how many times over the years I’ve driven a friend somewhere and from their belongings they’ll produce a bag, joint, bong, etc. and just start smoking it in my car. Same goes with my house, but the car is more concerning. If I say something they can never respect that I don’t want it there and will lecture me about how it’s “just pot” or “basically legal” or “not really a drug” or something to that effect. What’s wrong with just respecting that I don’t want it there?

Unlike hard drugs marijuana leaves a smell that makes it easier to find then a bag of cocaine, which I also don’t do btw.

And maybe it’s safe but does it not cause other problems? Yes! I had a roommate after college that did nothing all day besides lay and bed, smoke weed, and stick me with the bills. Oh, and have her pothead friends over that treated my apartment like a teenage crashing pad.

Does anyone else understand what I’m trying to say?  Try to respect that others might not want to have problems for drugs they don’t even do or like, regardless of the fact its “practicly leagal”.


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Event tonight in NYC….

July 7, 2011 at 2:10 pm (mainstream, New York, Noel Ashman)


In most cases I do not premote events.  However, if you are in NYC tonight please attend!


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Casey Anthony Verdict- Not Guilty

July 6, 2011 at 9:31 am (Uncategorized)

I personaly wonder how she’s going to live. She has no job, who would hire her? She dragged her father through the dirt. With her loose on the streets I wouldn’t be suprised if somebody murders her.

From ABC news:

Casey Anthony has been found not guilty of murdering her 2-year-old daughter Caylee. The jury declined to convict her of either first degree murder or manslaughter.

Instead, the jurors found Casey Anthony guilty on four counts of providing false information to law enforcement, which are misdemeanors. It’s possible she could be released from prison later this week.

Clutching the hand of her defense attorney Jose Baez, Casey Anthony began to sob as the verdict was read. The rest of her defense team stood beside her, also clutching hands. She thanked Baez as she was swarmed by the defense team.

Her parents, Cindy and George Anthony, left the courtroom as Judge Belvin Perry read further instructions to the jury and did not approach their daughter.

They later released a statement saying, “Despite the baseless defense chosen by Casey Anthony, the family believes that the Jury made a fair decision based on the evidence presented, the testimony presented, the scientific information presented and the rules that were given to them by the Honorable Judge Perry to guide them.”

Full Statement by George and Cindy Anthony

The jury, comprised of seven women and five men, declined to talk to the media following the verdict.

Casey Anthony, who sat grim faced throughout the six weeks of testimony, beamed happily as she was fingerprinted in the courtroom for her misdemeanor convictions.

Sentencing on the guilty counts will be held on 9 a.m. Thursday. The maximum sentence applicable in this case is four years, but having already served two and a half years behind bars, Casey Anthony stands to serve one and a half years.

Updated Evidence Photos of Casey Anthony Murder Trial

It is also possible that Judge Belvin Perry rules that Casey Anthony could serve the years concurrently, which would set her free. Casey Anthony could be let out on bail before her Thursday sentencing if the defense asks for it and the judge agrees.

In a press conference after the verdict, defense attorney Cheney Mason railed at the media for their wall-to-wall coverage of the trial, remarking that it was “media assassination” filled with “bias and prejudice and incompetent talking heads.”

In a more tempered statement, Baez said, “While we’re happy for Casey, there are no winners in this case. Caylee has passed on far, far too soon.”

“What my driving force has been for the past three years has been always to make sure that there has been justice for Caylee and Casey because Casey did not murder Caylee. It’s that simple,” said Baez. “And today, our system of justice has not dishonored her memory by a false conviction.”

“I’m very happy for Casey, I’m ecstatic for her and I want her to be able to grieve and grow and somehow get life back together,” said Baez.

Prosecutor Jeff Ashton, who had entered the courtroom to roaring applause, sat shaking his head after the verdict. Ashton declined to speak after the trial, but the state attorney’s office announced that Ashton had promptly retired.

Outside the courtroom, spectators screamed “Lord!” as the learned of the not guilty ruling. People comforted each other and cried, one man remarking that Casey Anthony should leave town because she’s not welcome in Orlando.

One woman said, “[The verdict] is going to make millions of people think they can get away with killing their child…That isn’t a good depiction of what our justice system is like or should be.”

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