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Former Olympian was the Most Demanded Escort In Vegas

November 19, 2014  |  Posted by: Giovanni DePhillips
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A former U.S. Olympian who doubled as a high-priced escort has written a detailed account of her double life, which is to be published next year..

According to the Smoking Gun, Olympian Suzy Favor Hamilton, details her secret life in the memoir labeled “Fast Girl: Running from Madness” set to be released in early-June, according to DeyStreet Books, a HarperCollins imprint that has recently published books by Amy Poehler, Alan Cumming, and Gene Simmons.

Specific details of the 320-page account by the 46-year-Hamilton, have not been released.

Hamilton has had an illustrious career in track, which included three Olympics appearances (1992, 1996, and 2000), collegiate championships, a Nike commercial, and even a swimsuit calendar.

Image courtesy oftaringa.net

Image courtesy oftaringa.net

After her retirement, Hamilton ran a Wisconsin real estate firm with her husband and did paid promotional work for several organizations, including Disney.

Hamilton now reveals that for more than a year, she worked as a $600-an-hour hooker for a las Vegas-based escort service, which booked her dates in various  U.S. cities under the alias “Kelly Lundy,” she eventually  became one of the top-ranked Vegas  “GFE providers” or (Girlfriend Experience) on The Erotic Review, a popular online escort review site.

In 35 separate reviews, “Kelly” received fabulous reviews from men who gave the most explicit details when describing services she provided as an escort.

In a December 2012 TSG interview, Hamilton admitted her past, saying, “I take full responsibility for my mistakes. I’m not the victim and I’m not going that route.” She added, “I’m owning up to what I did. I would not blame anybody except myself…Everybody in this world makes mistakes. I made a huge mistake. Huge.”

In a series of Twitter posts after her escort work was disclosed, Hamilton said that the paid encounters provided “coping mechanisms” and “escape” from a life in which she struggled with depression.

Hamilton, is now a certified yoga instructor and has recently relaunched her website, saying  that, “I’m not about to hide in shame. I’m here, perfectly willing to remain in the public eye.

Former Olympian Admits To Being High End Escort

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