Bunny Ranch Owner Dennis Hof Is Suing One Of His Prostitutes

Moonlite Bunny Ranch owner Dennis Hof might have presented himself as an affable and generous boss on episodes of HBO’s Cathouse, but that doesn’t mean he’s wiling to let his prostitutes ignore the agreements they signed. The brothel headman announced today that he’s filed a lawsuit against Jimi Lynn for cheating him out of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

According to TMZ, Hof claims the hookers who work at the Bunny Ranch are required to pay him $25 a day, half of all the money earned from their johns and half of any gifts received in the line of service. Jimi abided by those first two clauses, but when it came to the last one, she supposedly was less than open with her employer.

Over the past few years, one of Jimi’s johns supposedly gave her bracelets, pearl earrings, purses and numerous trips. The extras added up to more than three hundred thousand dollars, and she allegedly kept them a secret until the unidentified john called up Hof to complain about Jimi trying to weasel more money out of him. Naturally, Hof found the whole story extremely interesting, and when Jimi didn’t pay up, he decided to go the legal route.

The defendant hasn’t spoken publically about whether she did or did not violate her hooking contact by receiving the supposed gifts, but if she opens her mouth and talks, we’ll let you know how she defends herself.

Mack Rawden
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