Hedgie Jeremy Fommer discovered nude photos Madonna, other celebrities, Arnold Schwarzenegger sex act pics and Penthouse Pets.
Jeremy Fommer began buying unclaimed storage lockers as a hobby has uncovered a treasure trove of artifacts from the estate of late Penthouse publisher Bob Guccione, who died in 2010 at the age of 79.
Hedge fund hot shot snapped up a series of Englewood, NJ, storage spaces to find the meticulously preserved possessions of the flesh magnate who went from the Forbes 400 to bankruptcy. Discovered were unpublished nude photos of Madonna and Lauren Hutton complete with negatives and release forms, correspondence with players from Dick Cheney to the Unabomber and a woman claiming to be Fidel Castro’s lover, reels of footage and one-of-a-kind artifacts from his infamous epic “Caligula” an unpublished manuscript and Arnold Schwartzenegger engaged in what appears to be a sex act. Youporn has already sent a letter to Fommer offering at least $150 000 for his entire collection. “We’d like to seriously open a dialogue with you about purchasing the rights to publish the unpublished nude pics of the ‘Governator,’” writes YouPorn’s marketing director Corey Price. “We’d also like to publish the photos of Madonna and Lauren Hutton as well, but let’s face it, the real value here is in Schwarzenegger’s ‘Schwantz.’”
Also discovered were 63 oil paintings and other works by Guccione, a renowned art collector and artist himself who showed with Roy Lichtenstein.
“I went to a tag sale with my daughter, and I’m not a tag-sale kind of guy,” hedgie Jeremy Frommer says of getting the buying bug. “Soon I asked, ‘How much for everything in the house?’ ” Frommer has since acquired more of Guccione’s estate. Amid the collection of Guccione’s personal files detailing his ’80s coups of publishing nude photos of then-Miss America Vanessa Williams and a takedown of televangelist Jimmy Swaggart. The trove also contains countless shots of Penthouse Pets and amateur submissions, cartoons and sketches with Guccione’s notes, plans for an ill-fated Penthouse Boardwalk Hotel and Casino and personal effects including journals, a camera, jewelry and bound appointment books. The possessions even include a pic of a young Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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