A Porn Star's Odd D.C. Connection
The hard-core party crowd in Washington, D.C., is buzzing and giggling about next Tuesday's much-hyped "event everyone will be talking about" at Indebleu restaurant's Tantra Lounge. That's because they'll be able to rub elbows (and who knows what else) with the portly porn star Ron Jeremy. (Sorry, we can't provide a link to Jeremy's work.)
Jeremy, star of VH1's "The Surreal Life Fame Games" and author of "The Hardest (working) Man in Showbiz," will be the featured "celebrity host" of the party.
Better get there early, kids. The ad promises that the first 50 guests will receive "Late Nite party bags with stimulating party gifts!"
In the six-degrees-of-separation category, one of Jeremy's more obscure claims to fame was reported this week by the celebrity gossip Web site TMZ. Jeremy, it turns out, went to high school with former CIA Director George Tenet.
"George Tenet's Porno Connection," blares the headline on TMZ, which obtained high school yearbook photos of Tenet and Jeremy. If you look closely, you can kind of see how one of them wound up a porn star and the other the U.S. government's top spy.
Oddly, in his new book "At the Center of the Storm," Tenet brags about being named the "Public School 94 doubles stick ball champion" but mentions nothing about his high school glory days with Ron.
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