Big Bro’ gal’s 800G reality lesson
Last Updated: 6:52 AM, July 15, 2012
A “Big Brother” contestant who vowed never to “boink on camera” to win is accused of screwing her ex out of big bucks.
So claims former S&M king Anthony Marini, who is suing his ex-flame Ashley Iocco in Manhattan Supreme Court for $820,000.
“She’s a thief,” charged Marini. “Nobody understands what this girl is doing.”
Marini, 56, who in the 1990s ran The Vault — a notorious bondage den in the Meatpacking District — cast the 26-year-old buxom blonde as the star of his first feature film in 2010.
A few months into the shoot, the two began dating.
But Iocco, after completing just eight scenes for a trailer, bolted to California, causing a $700,000 investor to back out, Marini alleges. Iocco, a Pittsburgh native who operates a mobile spray-tanning business in Hollywood, couldn’t be reached for comment.
You can read the story in the Post here.
Here's a picture of Anthony Marini. He used to own The Vault in NYC and was/is mixed up with some Wise Guys.