Since the phenomenon of tell-all books by high-profile video vixens and prostitutes first began, many male celebrities have had their sexual skeletons pulled from the closet. And now, Toni Newman, a transgender former prostitute is claiming in a new tell-all book that she had sexual encounters with LL Cool J and current tabloid victim Hot 97 DJ Mister Cee. Newman also claims that Eddie Murphy regularly hired transgender prostitutes.
In her autobiography, I Rise: The Transformation of Toni Newman, the author, who claims to have taken multiple polygraph tests to prove her claims, explains that “LL Cool J was a one-time encounter and very enjoyable.”
In a recent radio interview with “Santillian & The Wild Out Wake Up Show,” Newman explained that LL was one of her top five sexual experiences and that she received over $500 for the encounter.
In the book, Newman also describes her sexual encounters with DJ Mister Cee, detailing the DJ’s sexual preferences and explaining that he’s been hiring transgender prostitutes for over two decades.
“Mister Cee picked me up and many others for the sole purpose of receiving oral sex. Mister Cee was obsessive about receiving good head and he was very verbal and very generous if you performed up to his expectations,” she said.
Although Newman never slept with Murphy, the former prostitute explains that she saw the comedian pick up many other transgender prostitutes and that Murphy had a fetish for large male genitalia.
“I never had an encounter with Eddie Murphy, but he was visiting 14th street late at night. I know at least five transgenders who did have sex with Eddie Murphy. He was interested in the girl with the biggest male genitalia.”
In her radio interview, Newman explains that she was initially reluctant to share intimate details about the three men, but that interest in her book was only piqued after she followed advice to give celebrity names.
“I add them to the book and all of a sudden I’m getting published. I tried it the regular way, no one wants to hear my story,” explained Newman, adding that she also wrote the book to shine a light on the transgender community, “I did the book because everybody looks down on the transgender. ‘Why do these people do this to themselves?’”
Listen to audio of Newman’s radio interview below.
Do you believe Newman’s claims about LL Cool J, DJ Mister Cee and Murphy?