Diane Passage juicy details the sex lives and how she first met Starr — a high flying money manager for celebs— when he showed up at strip club Scores with another woman.
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After Starr name-dropped his clients, including Barbara Walters and Diane Sawyer, he enjoyed “a very sexy lap dance.” Passage was subsequently invited with another stripper to Starr’s home while he was still married.
Once there, Ken told the visiting vixens, “Just to put you at ease, [I’m] going to pay you both tonight, so just relax.”
Starr married Passage in 2007 two weeks after divorcing his third wife Marisa, who landed a reported $750,000-a-year settlement. Passage filed for divorce from Starr in 2011, after he was sentenced to 7 1/2 years for running a $30 million Ponzi racket.
Passage’s proposal also spills on Starr’s clients: In one excerpt, she writes about a starlet who was “fooling around” with one of Starr’s A-list clients under the table during a dinner at Morton’s.
“Everyone was getting drunk,” Passage recalls. “Soon everyone couldn’t help but notice that [the starlet] was fooling around with [the male star] under the table, as his girlfriend sat there quietly and miserably, looking like she was about to cry as she watched the craziness unfold in front of her.”
Passage also describes how another A-list actor and his wife took her and a “massage girl” into a room at Scores. But the couple ignored the hot ladies and started “having sex right in front of us.” After an hour of the sex show, Passage says she “reached into [the star’s] pants pocket . . . and told him I was taking an extra $200 as a tip . . . He was clearly too busy to negotiate, so he just waved me off and said, ‘ Thanks.’ ”
Few facts about Diane Passage
• She created a foundation called S.P.I.N. (Single Parents In Need), an organization founded to “assist with the education, health, and general welfare of single parents’ one or more children.”
• She produced an Off Broadway play, Artfuckers.
• She ran Pole Superstar, a pole-dancing competition whose mission is to “recognize the increasing interest in pole dancing as a sport, fitness activity and art form, worldwide.”
• She was a guest blogger at Pumps magazine, “the voice of the exotic dancing industry,” and also for the Huffington Post. (We enjoyed “Male Pole Dancers Are on the Rise.”)
• Starr got her a job as a vice-president at Glassnote Records, a division of Sony, where she introduced two bands to the company, among them a Texas rock band called Blowing Trees. Sure, prosecutors note that “Glassnote lost money on both” bands, but hey, it’s a tough time in the industry!