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What is the life of a high-priced call girl really like? What sort of man is a typical client? How much does she make? Here's a transcript of the interview:. Natalie McLennan, a native of Montreal, was a year-old aspiring actress in when she started working for NY Confidential, a top-end escort service in New York City. It is scheduled for fall release by Phoenix Books. A: I was struggling, a starving actress, living in Manhattan, trying to succeed.
The option was presented to me. I weighed the pros and the cons. I decided to try it once to see if it was something I could handle. Because I had so much anxiety and panic attacks because I felt something might happen. I was right because the month after I left, the agency was shut down by the police.
A: An escort makes as much money as she can possibly make for herself. It can be a great living for a certain amount of time. A: Oh, my gosh, it was amazing.
We went to this little private island in the Florida Keys. It was amazing. It was unbelievable. It was a fairy tale. A: Absolutely not. I always lived in Manhattan, and Manhattan is one of the safest places in the world to be. A: I spent a lot of money on clothes, a lot.
I bought tons of Manolos, Guccis. I bought everything I ever wanted to buy. It was great. But there were definitely boundaries. A: The average client that I met in New York City was , well-dressed, well-groomed, very well-mannered, well-educated — a lot of times from New York; mostly Wall Street, lawyers, CEOs, businessmen, hedge fund managers. About half of them were single, about half of them were married. A lot of the married guys, one of the things I used to believe at the time was that I was actually doing a service for these guys, because rather than having an affair with their secretary and potentially ruining their lives, they would come see me, satisfy their needs physically and some of the companionship they wanted — going on a date, having fun, relaxing — and being able to sustain their marriage.